• Depending on where you live, there are usually a few legal options available to you, things such as: - small claims court - a mechanic's lien or property lien - a "regular" law suit, suing for payment for services
    • 11stevo73
      they will pay eventually . on a one hour job now they have turned it into 30 day terms less bank fees.
  • If you’ve done your best to get in touch, resent invoices and reached out with reminders, but the customer still won’t pay - it may be time to pursue legal action.
    • 11stevo73
      I get done over regularly legal action on a $150 job ?
    • Jenny The Great ⭐
      I'm not a psychic. That's why you have write details in your reference so us Answerbaggers can approach your question in a specific manner.
  • Since it's only $150 you are demanding, create a payment plan. As long as someone owes you money, you can't go broke. 😏
  • I don't find any more time in my schedule to deal with them. Like the old joke goes if you loan someone 20 bucks and you never see them again it was probably worth the 20 bucks. If you can't afford to lose any more than that don't extend credit. You need money to buy parts and supplies before the job starts, etc.

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