I created a page for a client few months ago. We’d gone through five revisions and everyone seemed happy, so we put it up. It was finished.
After a month the Client wrote a letter with more corrections, we said that these corrections can be done with new budget. They confirmed. We went through another three revisions. We submitted our new bill, and then months passed with no payment. I phoned the client to remind him we are waiting for payment.
Client: Okay, we are waiting for our client to pay and then we will pay you.
Me: When can we expect payment?
Client: Oh, in two weeks.
Me: Thank you.
Two weeks passed.
Me: Hello, we just wanted to remind you that we still didn’t get the payment.
Client: Right. It will be next week on Tuesday for sure.
Next week on Tuesday I receive an email:
Client: Hi, we are very sorry for this delay. We just need few more corrections. Finish these and then we’ll close the project and pay you everything.
The “corrections” he listed were the addition of several major features like a mobile-friendly design, which we’d proposed at the beginning of the project and that he’d rejected.