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Old 12-29-2015, 11:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Session agreement or contract

Does anyone use a simple session agreement or contract that just tells the client that sessions expire in 180 days blah blah
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if you do can you email it to kagha@bellsouth.net
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Re: Session agreement or contract

On pricing lists its stated, they are good for one year. When people come in, to expired stars, we let them know, they are expired, but you can get them reinstated simply by buying another package. Most people are happy to get them back. Some ****** they expire. But if it's over 3 years, we don't reinstate.
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Does anyone use a simple session agreement or contract that just tells the client that sessions expire in 180 days blah blah
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if you do can you email it to kagha@bellsouth.net
Something to think about. When you sell sessions you only get paid when equipment is turned on. One way to not become a victim is to not sell any larger than a 10 session package. This also insures that session packages do not lower the number of monthly and membership packages you sell. With packages no larger than 10 you can safely make them expire in 90 days or even longer. Just stating on your price structure sheet and making sure you explain the expiration is enough. Reinstating expired sessions if another package is purchased is an excellent option.
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Re: Session agreement or contract

No need for contracts when selling sessions or months. Just talk to your customers when making the sale to let them know expiration dates. We do have 5, 10 and 20 session packages, but may drop the 20 from our list. We default all of our sessions to 1 year expiration.
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