I maintain full transparency when it comes to your work.
I do not make a fool out of my clients.
What does it mean?
When you work with me, I believe in being honest and upfront. I won't tell you any lies. If there are any delays in your project, I'll let you know right away. And if there's something I can't do, I'll be straightforward and tell you. In case of payment issues, I hope you'll pay on time, but if there's a problem, I'll tell you why I had to stop the work. I never want to deceive my clients.
Have you ever felt like someone cheated you or broke your trust? It's happened to me, and probably to you too. When that happens, we might feel angry and call that person names. Cheating can happen in different ways, like when someone lies to you about money or hurts you emotionally. Money problems can be fixed, but emotional pain stays with us for a long time.
In my job as a software developer, I've seen projects get delayed because people make promises they can't keep. Sometimes they don't want to admit their mistakes, so they tell lies to their clients. This is not good because it makes the client feel confused and frustrated. It happened to me once when I hired a freelancer to do some work for me. I learned my lesson and won't do that again.
I don't want to be like those people who lie to their clients. If I have too many projects to work on, I tell my clients that I might not be able to finish everything on time. I explain that I have other projects and need to manage my time carefully. Some clients might decide not to hire me, but many do because they appreciate my honesty. Being transparent is important to me because it helps build trust with my clients.
That is why I have made it a part of my motto to have transparent dealing with you. If you hire me, you will have a peaceful mind and my work speaks for itself. Do have a look at my testimonials and read for yourself what my clients say about me.