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Why Do We Keep A Blind Eye To People That Owe Workmen? by Thazard(m): 1:45pm On Sep 29, 2023
How can some one call you for work,you give him quotation,you guys bargain till you arrive at a final price. He gives you advance payment with a promise to give you your balance after you have completed the work. You started the work and finish it only for the owner to start avoiding you/stop picking your call. This kind thing dey make man kill pesin oh!
Re: Why Do We Keep A Blind Eye To People That Owe Workmen? by gabazin080(m): 6:23pm On Sep 29, 2023
Thazard:
How can some one call you for work,you give him quotation,you guys bargain till you arrive at a final price. He gives you advance payment with a promise to give you your balance after you have completed the work. You started the work and finish it only for the owner to start avoiding you/stop picking your call. This kind thing dey make man kill pesin oh!
thats what most of us face and its really frustrating. my balance outside go reach 1m from different clients

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