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posted 9 months ago
US client didn’t pay me for my work
Hi! I’m a freelancer from Serbia and the client from Miami didn’t pay me for my work. I have proof of work (no contract, worked via recommendation for a test drive) and that the client earned at least 35 times my fee from my work). Is there anything I can do?
  • United States
  • Dispute Resolution law
  • Commercial and Business Law

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Deleted user
posted 9 months ago
Consider sending a formal demand letter stating the details of the work performed, the amount owed, and a deadline for payment. Make sure the letter is professional and clearly outlines your expectations. Keep a copy for your records. If direct communication and a demand letter don't lead to resolution, you can explore mediation services. Mediation involves a neutral third party who can help facilitate a discussion between you and the client to reach a mutually agreeable solution. As a last resort, you might consider pursuing legal action in small claims court. The specific procedures and limits for small claims court vary by jurisdiction, so it's important to research the laws and regulations applicable in Miami, Florida, where your client is located. You may want to consult with a lawyer who specializes in contract law to understand the process fully.