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Is it okay to give a sample to the buyer based on his request?


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Is it okay to give a sample to the buyer based on his request? I have a case where a buyer wants me to make 25 property renders (usually I only get 3 renders per buyer) and he also sends 1 property reference. then he told me to make a sample rendering first of the 1 property image he sent and he said I can add my watermark.

Even though I mentioned that he could see my work in my gallery gigs but he still wanted me to work on the design he gave as an sample. After I saw his profile, he also made gigs about editing in photoshop but no one has ordered since November 2021.
I was suspicious of him and I refused by saying "Sorry I can't help you. Good luck, Photoshop Master".
Finally he blocked me.

The second question is, will it affect my gigs if the buyer blocks me in the inbox?

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You could offer him a custom order for 1 project.

Personally I found so many buyers who offers different services (higher or basic level) from their interest.

While replying to a person in message, better reply directly without any criticize perspective i.e you used "Photoshop Master" unless he told you personally his title like this.

 

I don't think this block will give a negative impression on gig. However, I suggest you to think out of the box to handle tough buyers.

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Yeah, I felt bad about calling him that title because I thought I should be more humble. I got a little carried away because he insisted he didn't want to pay before he got the project samples. I'd recommend purchasing one rendering at a time, but he wouldn't. 

I'm grateful that it doesn't have any effect on my gigs.

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10 minutes ago, seven_sign said:

You could offer him a custom order for 1 project.

Personally I found so many buyers who offers different services (higher or basic level) from their interest.

While replying to a person in message, better reply directly without any criticize perspective i.e you used "Photoshop Master" unless he told you personally his title like this.

 

I don't think this block will give a negative impression on gig. However, I suggest you to think out of the box to handle tough buyers.

I'm grateful that it doesn't have any effect on my gigs

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2 hours ago, andywarburton said:

It's your right to refuse work you aren't comfortable with but the "photoshop master" was insolent and unprofressional. There's no need to resort to name calling. 

Thank you. I regret it after I did it. I won't do that again. 

 

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