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accepted Difference between seed, nut, kernel, pit, grain
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comment Word meaning “initial and annual”?
I think I'm going to go with $x with a $y initial/renewal payment
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comment Word meaning “initial and annual”?
@JoeBlow In our industry this pricing model isn't uncommon. We broker a service and want our broker fee up front so if they cancel, we still make all our fee.
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comment Word meaning “initial and annual”?
Saying "renewal" doesn't imply that there is going to be a higher initial payment because the first payment isn't a renewal.
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asked Word meaning “initial and annual”?
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revised Are you “Dinky Die”? And what does Dinky Die mean?
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revised Difference between seed, nut, kernel, pit, grain
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