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post #21 of 22 Old 11-18-2013, 07:43 PM
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just heard back from my client. she understands and all is good. whew. this is one of those grey areas which needs to be defined in the beginning of a project.

thanks for helping me to clarify and respond to the issue. truly, thanks.
glad it worked out, brother....
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I'm glad it worked out!! The main thing is...it worked out...client understood AND you learned something valuable.

May you have many more Blessed projects!!

Have a Blessed and Prosperous day in Jesus's Awesome Love, Tim
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