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Approved Means Approved, Sign Customers

Not another opportunity to make changes.

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Things you wanted to say to frustrating clients, but didn’t.

“@$%*!”

With most approvals handled by email, an actual signature is not always possible, so we will accept “APPROVED” as the go-ahead and start production. When a customer has been informed in person, on the phone and through emails that a revision after approval is not an option or will be charged accordingly, often they still attempt to make a change after we have started production. I want to scream and tell them to ___ but I never do.

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