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Dealing with a former client who is trying to steal services


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Do you keep any evidence on your work?

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Is it unfair that the dispute always favor for employer

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I'm sorry to hear about your situation, but Customer Support would not get involved in something like this.

A good practice of combating this would be to always create the site under your account - this way you're listed as the Site Owner.

Then, after you complete the work for your clients and they are happy with the site you could have them pay you for your work and then transfer site ownership to the client once everything is good on both ends. I hope that makes sense. 

Wishing you all the best. 

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