Unfiltered Story #67221

Unfiltered | June 26, 2016

I can’t really put this story in dialogue form, but it is outrageous, at least to me.

In the first half of 2013 I worked for an advertising company as webdeveloper. Not a great place to work, and in August I started my own company, but since they didn’t have anyone else doing that type of work, I kept them on as a client.

They were never good at paying, but in December payments stopped, and since then several invoices have not yet been paid. I did ask them about this, but never learned why.

Then in April I learn that they’ve gone bankrupt. Goodbye money. But they’ve made a restart.

And then, a week or so later, as if nothing has happened, they ask me if I can do a job for them, and on that day even. So I tell them that because of recent events, and I never even heard what was going on, I can’t do it, unless they pay in advance.

They dare tell me that they felt they couldn’t personally tell their suppliers what was going on, and they’ll take their business elsewhere.

Good riddance.