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Haybrook/SQCP in liquidation

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    #11
    Originally posted by GigiBronz View Post
    Clients should change the nature of the service so that the client pays the contractor directly and then agency gets it's cut from contractor. It should be a more honest relationship. Also it would put an end to the many games in the business.

    The way the agency intermediate the contract and keep control of the business it's old fashion and a proliferation of the "old boys club".

    The payment management is nonsense especially in these times when everything is digitalised. And I would not mind a long waiting time if the client is solvent. Not a thing that you could say about many agencies atm. Especially today.

    What would stop an agency with small overhead and rogue practices declaring bankruptcy while syphoning fees for 1-2months from 100-200-300 contractors? Nothing.
    So, more along the lines of a dating agency - both parties pay a fee to be matched up and then they agree their own terms of engagement?

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      #12
      Originally posted by ladymuck View Post

      I don't suppose you have IPSE membership?

      No, I don't.

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