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Thanks for your swift reply.
No - I was just given a PO number - no contract, or paper based / emailed PO with any terms or conditions.
The amount on the PO was based on the attached (it was sent as an email - cut and pasted attached below). I didn't ever receive a hard
copy at all, even though an email suggested I would.
Seems to be (reading between the lines) they didn't like me having other client commitments - and when I asked professionally whether I could shift my days over two specific weeks (in order to serve another client) they took umbrage that they were 'the poor relation' to my other clients.
They are saying that I did not satisfy the set number of days. However I made it clear in my original cost proposal that the days to be worked would need to be confirmed after I had put together a plan. At the same time as asking to shift those days over those two weeks I stated that going forward only one day a week was needed (suddenly I was told they had allocated 8 days a month in their budget - which I would never be able to do bearing in mind my other clients, and I would never have agreed to that).
It was the agency - not me - that terminated my services.
I still have not received a reply. Can you kindly tell me when I can expect the advice paid for?
Thank you for your reply - I am owed £1980. They haven't made a claim against me - I am hoping they don't, but they operate in a very odd way - and seem incensed that I wanted some flexibility around the days on the PO. As you saw from the attachment I received a PO for a total number of days between April and June. I had met all the days up until that point - but simply wanted to revise the remaining number of days on that PO.
As I mentioned it was they who terminated my service - I was simply requesting that the number of days be revised to suit the project, and also
my availability (bearing in mind I am freelance and have other clients).