Live chat without pay money
Tell them you empathize with their situation and are willing to put their account on hold or work out a new payment plan.
When I heard the phrase, “A Lannister always pays their debts” in Game of Thrones, I thought “Who doesn’t? The sad reality is that there are people – a lot of people – who will happily take advantage of every benefit you have to offer them, but when it comes time to pay up, they’ll refuse to do so. What’s strange is, these same people will grab a pitchfork for a purse snatcher in NYC, but in the comfort of their own home, they’ll happily ignore your phone calls, delete your emails, and spend the money they owe you on something else. That’s exactly what you DON’T do when someone refuses to pay you.
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They’ll have an excuse, of course, but the bottom line is, you’re not getting paid. That’s why when I overheard some guy screaming on the phone, “I didn’t do this work for free mother $*#)@U$” it got me thinking…
Our first reaction to getting stiffed is usually anger, and we often display that anger out of impulse…” And that got me thinking: That’s exactly what you DON’T do when someone owes you money. Approaching it as if you’re a modern day mobster is like throwing gasoline on a fire. The first step in dealing with a client who won’t pay up is to figure out WHY. But there are a few things you can do to come out okay in the end.