Sorry if this is in the wrong category but, feel free to move it if necessary.
OK so this may be a little long winded but bear with me.
I got a call from a potential client asking for me to provide 5-6 mins of video and some still images of their property. The stated in the email that payment would be by PayPal.
Now although the job did not take place, it occurred to me that having accepted the work and done the shoot and been pay via PayPal, their resolution system allows the client to claim their money back by saying they were not happy with the images or footage provided.
So before I ask for suggestions, I will offer up my own first.
I thought about landing the drone, removing the SD card and allowing the client to review the images and footage. I then have them sign an acceptance form stating that they have viewed the images and footage and are happy with the results.
I would then upload the files to a Dropbox folder and provide them with the link. This ensures that there can be no comeback as far as PayPal is concerned.
(you could provide them with the SD card or transfer the files to their PC/Laptop if you prefer)