I recently developed a 'Cellphone verification Service' for someone else... And this is my first ever work which I did for others... Means I never worked for someone else before.
It is nearly 450 lines of code(May Increase in future)... but I took the decision of not accepting money for this project in beginning...
But he is willing to pay me $20 for that.
Should I accept it OR it is too less and a good reason to refuse it....
Just Sharing my...Thoughts. SMILES
If you didn't want anything, decide whether or not, you want to stand by that thought. If the person insists on you taking the money, then put their mind at ease by taking it.
Since you didn't put a value on it beforehand, the amount shouldn't be an issue.
Well, you did a job, didn't you? Just take the money and say thank you and feel good about being useful.
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