How to respond to difficult clients

01/6/2010 |

If you're a freelancer and have a difficult client, try to find another way to communicate -- such as discussing issues via phone instead of e-mail -- or just ignore the behavior, Laura Spencer writes. You may have to end the relationship if the person threatens you or consistently lies, she writes.

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