I recently did web development work for client in UK (I am from India).
Before giving the quotation, I did detailed research about the charges for web development in the UK and for a medium-sized website; the charge was between £1000-2000 on average.
My client wanted a much more affordable quotation since they are outsourcing me and UK designers have to pay a lot of taxes and I do not.
Finally I made a decent website which took around 50 hours of work and I gave the final bill of £400. Its over a month and my client is still processing the bill; they are giving reasons which are not convincing. Lately, I'm doubting whether I had overcharged them.
Even though this is massively under the usual charge for the client, is this still reasonable behaviour?