“There are 2 problems:
1. His requirement is not clear, my questions is declined.
2. My deadline.
1. First about his requirement, he just send me a PSD file with a lot of field there, I interview him to clear the requirement but he tell me that he will get back to me after I have something to show him and decline my question. And from that, he go over a lot of changes. I worked for him hourly, I request payment but he decline it, I see that I'm going to be fished so I stop working on his site.
2. After several months, he come back and tell me to upload to his client's host. After many conversations, I give him a chance so he can complete the project, so I upload into the site, but once I confirm with him that all the code is uploaded, then he leave me and give the feedback with 49 items that I don't know it before.
Before I upload to his host, he was fighting with his client, the owner of airheadpro.com, and he tell me to delete database + code there. I delete as his requirement. Once he sorted things with his client, and he come back and play me.
FINALLY: So developers let's carefully with this type of business. You can be played any time by Rodney.”