accept an order on Tuesday and then wait until 5:00 on Thursday to say that "I have changed my mind as to working this order as well as the Archer Co. order. Please remove my name as an active abstractor with your firm." There was no other explanation.
We sent her 2 orders. One on Tuesday in Archer County and another on Wednesday in Palo Pinto County.
We rarely have an occasion to sub out orders and with abstractors like this, I sure am glad that we don't have to. As we are abstractors ourselves, we treat each one of the ones that we sub out to with respect and of course, we make sure that they are paid promptly.
That being said, we have no idea why we were treated this way. Do you know? What would you do about it? Or would you just let it go? How do you handle it with your client (he's expecting it back by tomorrow and there's no time to find someone else)?
If we treated our clients like this, we wouldn't have a business! Must be nice to be able to turn business away. We have never had that luxury.
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