I generally am willing to work with just about any buyer. I don’t get enough orders to have to turn anyone away!
I just found a buyer I did not particularly like working for-- they were just slightly rude and a bit demanding, asking me to do things that aren’t included in the gig, and then ridiculing me about something that’s a matter of taste rather than asking me to change it in a professional way.
Not my cup of tea, as you might guess.
They mentioned possibly making this a reoccurring project if it worked out. They seemed to like the product itself overall, but after not being given the time-consuming extras they requested after the delivery, I sort of doubt they will order again.
On the off-chance they do decide to order again, does anyone have any suggestion on rejection? I do not want to deal with this kind of attitude week after week, so I already know I’ll cancel the order. Any tips on how to do this with tact?