1. You give up the money and you and the person are still friends.

2. You give up the money and you and the person are not friends anymore.

3. You sue the person for the money.

4. In the first place, you don't lend people money.

5. Other than the above.

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  • Firstly I will try to know why my "dear" friend :)  doesn't want to give me money back. if the answer was logically i will forgive him/her.

    and if was not, i will try to ignoring him/her step by step. there is a saying said " Time is Money" 0__@

    • Hello, Mr. Happy, Thank you for sharing your opinion.

  •  I don't know how to say, but some cases that making you lose your trust in your friends around you. Some your friends borrow your money and afterward disappear. What will you handle in case, your other friends meet real difficulty but you are not sure they do or don't. And you are not rich enought to lend your money from time to time. So the solution is, depen on every situations and depend on your behaviour.

    Thank you.

    • Hello, Viethung. Thank you for your comment.

  • I have a friend who borrows but didn't want to pay and suddenly went missing.. 

    I have a friend whois borrowing and pay little by little the money... 

    My next motivation do not let anyone borrow my money...  =D

    did you have a bad experience? 

    • Hi, Fizzy. Thank you for your comment. Fortunary, I have not had money trouble with friends so far. I am cautious about lending and borrowing money.

  • Oi there, folks

        If the borrower is a friend of mine, I would ask that person whether another loan would be helpful.

        If the borrower is just somebody I know I would let the issue sink into the fog of forgetfulness. 

    • Hello, Rysperski. Thank you for your comment.

  • The answer of mine is... I will consider and forecast whether they are trustworthy or not. But in most cases, I will lend them money but not as much as they ask to me. For example, if they ask me 100$ then I will lend them around 20-30% in case if they didnt give back my money, I dont really mind and we can be friends like usual. So I dont wanna ruin my friendship just because of money as well as I also want to help them without making me lost. So that's my win-win solution! ;) 

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