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had a customer cancel job in the middle of talking to him cause I could not make it tomorrow but then puts the same ad up for dates March 11 12 13 

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@dm1 thanks for getting that to us. After looking this over it looks like the customer may have realized they needed to open up the timeframe of when they'd like the job to be done. If you're still interested I'd say put in on the new job posting and let them know again the times you are available for Tuesday and now Wednesday to see if they respond. If you go this route, you shouldn't be charged for a second response from the same customer in such a short time, but if that does happen let us know and we can correct it. 

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@dm1 I'm happy to look into this for you! Can I get the customer's first name? 

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@dm1 thanks for getting that to us. After looking this over it looks like the customer may have realized they needed to open up the timeframe of when they'd like the job to be done. If you're still interested I'd say put in on the new job posting and let them know again the times you are available for Tuesday and now Wednesday to see if they respond. If you go this route, you shouldn't be charged for a second response from the same customer in such a short time, but if that does happen let us know and we can correct it. 

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