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This is a slightly unusual problem i have . i just finsihed replacing the gus of a computer for a friend of mine who is from the old school like me , however he will not accept me doing it as a favour but expects to pay for it , my problem is i feel uncomtable accepting payment because i did it as a favour but he would be upset if i didnt charge him . Any one got any ideas pls

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Suggest that instead of paying you, he makes a donation the next time he sees a charity box.

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Get him to paint the entire outside of your house in return.:madgrin:


 

 

If all else fails, kick them where it hurts and SOD'EM;)

 

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I have this all the time, Fixing and repairing computers for family and friends.

90% of the time its something simple that takes less than an hour to fix and although I say I don't want paying they

all feel like paying something for my time.

I have now just gone simple on them all, straight £10 an hour that I am happy with and they are more than happy to pay.

 

George

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Ask him for a 1 ounce silver coin like this:

http://www.coininvestdirect.com/en/silver_coins/vienna-philharmonic-1oz-silver-2012.html

 

It's about £26 so it's fair for both. Plus, everyone should own an ounce of silver.

 

Edit: if £26 is too much for your friend you can go for a Noah's Ark, 1/4oz Silver, 2012, only £8.24.


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