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Subject: Re: FLASH: Dilemma
From: pwehner
Date: Fri, 31 Mar 2000 16:51:22 +0100


My company doesn't do any work for anyone without at least %30 up front.
If they say they won't pay until delivery my experience is that you won't get paid at all.
You are a buisness offering a service they want. You'll have no leverage at all if you accept
payment in full after delivery.

>
> > ** Original Subject: RE: FLASH: Dilemma
> > ** Original Sender: "Brian" <mattoneatbhip [dot] infi [dot] net>
> > ** Original Date: Fri, 31 Mar 2000 09:10:54 -0500 (EST)
>
> > ** Original Message follows...
>
> >
> > I have a bit of a dilemma that I would like to get some advice about.
> >
> > I have the chance to produce a presentation in Flash for a client who's
> > looking to get it done by April 24th. Basically it doesn't sound like a
> > particularly over-the-top hard job per se, but I'm still a bit of a newbie
> > when it comes to Flash - in particular the programming aspects of it. But I
> > figured if nothing else I have a friend who knows Flash real well and this
> > list to act as resources should I run into trouble.
> >
> > The main problem, however, is that I asked for what I considered a typical
> > freelancing payment deal - a third down up front, another third at some
> > milesone point, and the rest upon completion of the project. This was
> > rejected by the client, and from the best information I have it seems like
> > as if I wouldn't see a dime for my efforts until the project was completed.
> > This is a company who has a service that ranks third in the world (it
> > involves software that bundles e-mail, voice-mail and faxes into one
> > integrated accessible area, namely Microsoft Outlook), and I've visited
> > their offices, so they're for real as far as I can tell, and they have their
> > own system set in place to ensure fairness to both sides of a deal such as
> > the one I'm debating entering into.
> >
> > But I have a wife and three kids (and a cat) and I've been laid off since
> > December and freelancing is a hard business and quite frankly, I don't think
> > I need to settle for not getting something up front so I can feed these
> > people and pay some bills.
> >
> > What opinion does anyone have here?
> >
> > -Brian Matthews
> > http://www.angelfire.com/fl/sapringer
> >
> >
> >
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> >** --------- End Original Message ----------- **
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> >
>
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>
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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
flashforward2000 and The Flash Film Festival
"The World’s Premier Flash Solutions Conference and Expo"
March 27-29, Nob Hill Masonic Center, San Francisco, California

-Register before Feb 25 and save $200!!-- www.flashforward2000.com
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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