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I have a client who is frequently asking me to conduct Zoom meetings for a very low-budget project which is under progress. Before starting the project, I wasn't aware that he will be asking for multiple meetings like this, and hence I didn't mention "meetings" anywhere in my project agreement with him.

But now, I feel like he is asking too much, and spending too much of my time.

The project has already been delayed by the client. It was supposed to complete within a week, but now it is about to become a month, just because the client is not providing me information and making me wait. Then, he falsely promised that he will give me more work, and that is why I reduced the project price, but he hasn't given more work. And now, he is demanding me for multiple meetings.

I have already spent 1 hour in two Zoom meetings with him. He is asking to meet again and again. Whenever I am asking him for updates, he is asking me to meet on Zoom.

How do I deal with him? Please help.

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    I would terminate this project. It is a waste of time and doesn‘t seem to have a future.
    – MS-SPO
    Commented Mar 31, 2023 at 5:47
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    @MS-SPO I think you are right. Thank you so much for your advice.
    – Shiva
    Commented Apr 3, 2023 at 8:55

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Ask him immediate payment of what has already been done and announce him the fee for an hour of meeting.

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    Thanks! I will do that now. Thank you for your suggestion.
    – Shiva
    Commented Apr 3, 2023 at 8:56

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