Well you said so yourself she's giving you the run around ! And if its messing up other clients then they'll be glad and if your reputation is good then you need good clients think of it this way she might be already mucking up your reputation
by Lindsay X3 - 16 hours ago
You don't say what type of business is involved - maybe you could suggest that as you are not able to satisfy her needs it would be better for all concerned if she consulted a different consultant
by Ted C - 16 hours ago
You don't fire a client. They fire you. As accountant (for example) CAN'T FIRE A CLIENT. Just write to her with something along the lines of " blah blah blah, we will no longer be prepared to handle your account, or accept your instructions. I would suggest you make an arrangement with another firm" or whatever arrangement you have with her.
by STEPHEN - 16 hours ago
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