I sometimes see advertisements and the person or business states No job too small.
Has anybody here any experience of needing a very small job done, something which they would have easily done years ago but which due to age or infirmity they cannot do now?
I wonder if when it really is a very small job whether the adverrtised claim is true or not.
For example, someone wants, say, a lightbulb changed, or would like a packet of flower seeds planted in the garden.
Does the advertiser do it, or do they start trotting out the bit about "ask a friend, relative or neighbour"?
Do they quote some huge figure, like "It's £80 for a call out" and if the customer says, "Oh, if it's for an hour, then there are a few other things that I would like done in the hour" is the reply "Oh, each job is £80 for up to an hour".
And so on.
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