No. of Recommendations: 5
I feel I've provided good service, exactly what was promised when she hired me.

Are you still on good terms? If so, ask her why she fired you. It may have nothing to do with you - maybe another expense came up and she can no longer afford your services, maybe another project took precedence and she can't devote the energy to the project you were working on, etc.

And if it was you, maybe you can find out what you did "wrong" and not do it again.

My focus is always, always, always to provide the best customer service I possibly can. If someone was unhappy, I'd want to know why and I'd want an opportunity to fix it. Might not get you your contract back, but at least you wouldn't be leaving a dissatisfied customer in your wake to badmouth your business.

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