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RE: [webdesign-429] Cost to release Web files

From: Alyssa
Sent on: Monday, July 4, 2016 6:41 PM
Oh okay thanks I just need to change my contract, customer still wants to stay with me, they just queried a part in my contract. thanks for the help

From: [address removed]
To: [address removed]
Subject: Re: [webdesign-429] Cost to release Web files
Date: Mon, 4 Jul[masked]:28:51 -0400

depends on what files you are talking about.. if it is just the site files then eventually you have to give them to the customer.

If it is files you have used etc to create graphics etc, and no written cost / contract was negotiated then you might have to say that these were used to create files YOU make for them and are not part of the end package..

This is where you need to tie everything down in the contract at the beginning..

 

Pete

> On 04-Jul-16 4:14:45 PM, Ricardo Russon ([address removed]) wrote:
> > It really depends on your relationship with them.
>
> If you assume they are asking for the files because they are looking for a
> new designer / developer, then you might want to base the cost on any
> un-billed time / good will you have put into keeping them as a client.
>
> On the other hand, if you have had a long, profitable working relationship,
> and its an amicable separation - or they are asking for the files because
> you are unable to provide the service they want and/or need, then you might
> want to just hand them over.
>
> .... or somewhere in between.
>
>
>
>
> On Mon, Jul 4, 2016 at 3:46 PM, Theticus <[address removed]> wrote:
>
> > Depends on the customer too.
> > If the customer is your friend, then you decide free/some small cost?
> >
> > If the customer is important n the company is big in size & contents are
> > sensitive then, there should be some cost that you need to be happy with.
> >
> > Hope this helps..
> > On 4 Jul[masked]:10, Alyssa <[address removed]> wrote:
> >
> > Hi Group
> >
> > Im interested in a what an average price would be to release your web
> > files to a customer. I




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