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Published: 05 January 2021

Posted by: Anonymous

Randy contracted software development work from me for a project of his. Rates and scope were discussed. I offerred project profit sharing, but Randy declined and instead requested T&M billing. | Randy subsequently requested I begin work. Randy professed technical difficulties transferring start monies, but promised to get them to me. Soon after, despite continued failure to transfer monies, equipment purchases needed to be made which Randy promised to pay for. None of these promissed transfers ever occurred, but I retained the equipment so wasn’t concerned. I did, however, issue invoices for time and materials. As the project progressed over many months, Randy requested and scheduled numerous visits to the customer. I continued to submit invoices to Randy for these visits. | During the pendency of this project Randy made many promises to make payments. These habitually did not occur, leading to work stoppage notices. After each work stoppage notice, Randy would make a token payment (far less than his balance). Subsequent to my last work stoppage notice and Randy’s failure to show up at the customer’s facility for the n-th time, the customer cancelled the project. | Randy continues to fail to make any payments or payment arrangments. Collection attempts are ongoing. Currently, Randy owes approximately $26,000. I expect this matter to escalate before a resolution is reached.

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