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I shovel driveways with my friend in the local area for money. Recently, I went to a house and agreed to shovel a designated area for $25 dollars. Upon complettion, the woman of the house paid and thanked me and i left. 15 minutes later the husband came by in a car and drove up alongside us as we were going to another house. He demanded that we shovel the rest of his driveway or give him his money back. After being threatened and harrased we agreed to finish the driveway and I asked him for an addititol $10 dollars because we did more than we agreed to do in the first place. He sarcasticaly said, "bill me" and walked away. Do I have the legal right to just compensation?


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The guy is a loser, and your revenge is to hope it snows again and just don't do business with him. There are some matters taht you'd never win on, and this is one.

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