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When You Suspect the Customer Might Be Wrong

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Why Me Worry?

If the client forces a change in the scope of the project after the project is put on paper and in the process of being developed, then it should be required of the client to shell out additional cost for deviating from the original project scope. All project managers work this way, and even home builders/contractors. If the customer throws in additional items while the work is being done, then it should be billed back to the customer because the original scope of the work is now being deviated from.