As a Freelancer How to Say No to Client and Refuse Bad Projects

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Ways to Say “No” to Bad Clients

Ways to Say “No” to Bad Clients

If you’re accustomed to working in a corporate environment, you are probably not used to having the freedom to say “no” to a client or a project. We all freelancers are well aware that there are bad clients also out there.
In this article, We provide 10 truthful responses you can give when you’re asked to do a project that’s not right for you. Freelancer don’t want to spend too much time on bad projects.

You may also take a look at our relevant articles;

I’m-Too-Busy

I’m-Not-the-Best-Freelancer-for-the-Job

-Never-Accept-a-Client-without-a-Contract

-Never-Start-Work-without-a-Down-Payment

I-Charge-(Ridiculously-High)-Amount

Refer-Them-to-Someone-Else

I-Never-Work-for-Less-than-$X

What-You’re-Asking-For-Isn’t-Possible

No-Response

I’m-Sorry,-I-Can’t-Help-You

Your Turn

Have you come up with another way to say “no” to web design projects you don’t want to do? Share your responses in the comments.
Via : Vandelay Design


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