Your potential customer backed out and you need to refund her deposit... here's how.
From an actual case as reported by one of our users...
Mrs. Green was so excited about the modifications to her landscape: so much so that she had put down a $500.00 deposit on the upcoming work.
Things change, and having to replace her water heater takes priority over your landscape job. Now you need to refund her deposit - and here's the easiest way to do it.
When you go to the job and click the Payments button (upper-right), you'll see the deposit that was initially applied to the job. If you click the right-arrow at the end of the deposit line, the page will expand to show the details of the original payment (date, amount, etc.) and will also present a Refund button (lower-right). Clicking the refund button will allow you to enter in the refund method (e.g., cash, credit card, etc.), the amount, and any notes or transaction ID (TxnID) you wish to assign to the refund. Note that the date assumes you are making the refund in-the-moment, and displays today's date.
Once you have filled out the refund fields, click the Submit Refund button. If you've exactly refunded the initial deposit, the Payments amount should show $0.00. If you've applied any penalty or incurred any costs which must be deducted (e.g., you purchased some item for the job which you cannot use or return), the amount may differ.
Once you've completed the refund to the extent allowed, you can now remove the active job or demote it to a non-active state.