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Client and Bargain Business Plan (“BBP”) agree to the following terms and conditions:
1. Services. BBP shall prepare a business plan (“Business Plan”) for Client upon the terms and conditions set forth herein.
2.1 Payment in Full: Client shall pay BBP in full prior to commencement of or preparation of the Business Plan by BBP.
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i. Client shall pay BBP 50% of the full amount due prior to commencement of or preparation of the Business Plan by BBP.
ii. Client shall pay the remaining balance due upon completion of the Business Plan or 30 days after the first draft of the
Business Plan is delivered to Client (through electronic mail or any other method), whichever is sooner. BBP is
authorized to process the remaining balance due at that time.
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commissions, and/or costs associated with any action instituted for the collection of monies due BBP for services
3. Revisions. Revisions to the Business Plan will be completed free of charge for a period of 30 days after the first draft of the
Business Plan is delivered to Client (through electronic mail or any other method). Any changes beyond the 30 day period will
have an additional charge depending on the nature of the change.
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Client’s confidential information, including, but not limited to the nature of the services being performed by BBP, the terms and
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preparing the Business Plan, without the prior written approval of Client, which may be withheld in Client’s sole discretion.
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