RE: [MedicalBillers] Looking for business advice.
- As a website/graphics designer, I would have to say that is pretty standard.
Usually estimates of this nature are based on time. If a project were to go
over the estimated amount (again, time) it's standard for that industry to
let the customer know in advance. I say there's nothing wrong with it but
they should advise you in advance and let you see what they have done so
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On Behalf Of crfranck_01
Sent: Wednesday, February 09, 2011 11:29 PM
Subject: [MedicalBillers] Looking for business advice.
I'm in the process of hiring designer to do custom logo and some
touch-up to website.
Was given contract to sign which stipulates fee (we discussed) is
only estimate, and actual price may be higher or lower if conditions
or schedule change.
I'm not comfortable signing this because it seems a little lose.
Is it fair to request it be changed to indicate in signing I'm
only agreeing to pay a maximum of $X and any increase needs to
be approved in writing?
Thanks for your insight, all opinions welcome (including suggestions
on how to approach)
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