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Have you ever screw up your client just because they are not willing to pay for the work you have done? ( Asking for a friend. LOL)

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    Always keep a backdoor to shut off the service until you received payment. Then remove the backdoor as a "security update" after you got paid. I did this countless times.
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    Always have a contract
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    @ScribeOfGoD Its freelance and you know the rest
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    I fucked his wife
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    @EdoPhoenix Do not wanna mess their services. I mean its like against own ethics. At least a single one out there can make use of this work . So dont wanna go down as greedy as client. But got ftp,server,db all other stuffs . Wanna make use of it
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    @tekashi I may have to go abroad to do that . Also if i do not have the permission , i may get punished for retard abuse . She never stops asking the shortcuts for clearing the tab cache.
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    You will feel bad about it afterwards and it will sort of prove in their mind they were right not to pay.
    Keep the moral high ground.
    Shits gonna break anyway then when they need you back charge double in advance.
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    @muttley allrighty. What if they dont come back?
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    @sandeepbalan
    You dont understand.
    If he screws you, you have to screw him back. This is what assholes deserve.
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    @Gregozor2121 Well,, you know . Different ethics brother. This is what i do for living. So I am not gonna mess up what i have implanted so far. Well since i have the ftp , server and other i can make use of it until another developer notices.
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    @sandeepbalan Make sure you change the contract next time so you can do that.
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    @sandeepbalan may be against your morals but this way you're just making yourself a pushover. People that fuck with people need a demonstration that they should'nt fuck with you.
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    What else am I expected to do
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    @EdoPhoenix very smart move bro very smart
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    @EdoPhoenix On the other hand, i can DDoS their other sites
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    @sandeepbalan that's straight out illegal activity and malicious intend, my method is a reasonable response to breach of contract
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