s billing questions about 4.75 hours dated June 21, 2012For dates: 5/15/12/ 5/16/12, 5/19/12, 5/22/12, 5/23/12=====================================================================David,Per the clarifications noted below, no corrections are necessary for the time I worked on yourcampaign in May. I have made the most conscientious effort possible to clarify the time for whichyou and your wife have had questions.I have thoroughly answered your 5 questions here, and the 3 prior questions
twice. Any otherwork you require me to output on billing issues will be billed to you at $21.00 per hour.In regards to the questions in your email to me dated June 21, 2012, I have led each of yourquestions followed by bulleted answers.
S QUESTION #1] 5/15 - I come up with 2 hrs of services not 2.5 hrs.
You are paying me for hours worked, not for individual services. I was in the office from10am-
5pm. That’s SEVEN hours. Period. I didn’t take a lunch that day, because I was
supposed to leave much earlier to get to my Oath Keepers meeting.
You are failing to figure in the 30 minutes you required to discuss the invoice. It is noted onthe journal. If you need to hold me up to discuss the invoice, that
’s on your dime, not mine.
On May 15th, I worked 7 hours. You owe me for 7 hours.
S QUESTION #2] 5/16 - I come up with 2.75 hrs of services not 3.5 hrs.
ou are paying me for hours worked, not individual “services”.
I NEVER agreed to being
I was in the office from 11:45am-6:40pm, which is AGAIN SEVEN HOURS, less ½ hour forlunch is 6.5 hours. You owe me for that TIME.
I’m not even sure if I took a lunch, so I’m
erring in YOUR favor.
A few interesting things happened that day: