Random Lady: email me fee schedules! I want to good services too.
Professional Me: I have attached a generic preliminary sheet so you can get an idea of our fees. Would you like me to prepare one with specific figures? I would be happy to answer any questions you have and hope to work with you soon.
Random Lady: do you have chinese work in your office?
Professional Me: (Wait. What? Proceeds to google person while drafting appropriate response in head.)
Random Lady: We will pass since I have much better deals with another two companies, even with $300 discounts.
Good Luck, I know a lot of ________ companies will be out of business next few years, just too many around.
Yes, the person who is unable of emailing with proper grammar just wished me good luck and suggested my company may go out of business? I feel a more appropriate response could have been, "Thank you, our current companies still offer lower rates."
My favorite part? Her email signature.
"I believe success isn't what we know, but who we know."
Fantastic! It's good to not want to be held accountable for making yourself a success but rather to mooch off of others.
For the record, I felt no need to respond.