No...but I don't like slinking off to get away from people who I didn't pay. And I have enough morals that I'd be ashamed to see them. I loaned a former roommate of mine from 18 years ago $1500 about 3 years ago...pretty much knowing that I'd never see it back. His car broke down, his dad was dying, and he was out of work. Could have cared less....until his wife & him go on vacation (don't worry, I'm sure they still can't afford it) to Europe & post FB pics of their trip. I hope for their sake they never need anything from me going forward. I didn't care about the $1500. But the idea that you took it and then went & blew $10k on going to Europe before paying me back? That's money I worked for...money that I could use to help my kids...money that could have gone to someone who really needed it. If they paid me tomorrow I'd happily give it to charity. It's not the money at this point...it's the principle of it. Pay your ******* bills....follow through on your obligations. I work out of my house and that became an issue with one of my larger customers. "Do you know he works out of his house?" Like that made me a crook or something. "Where does he keep his inventory?" (I don't keep a lot of inventory...I just know a lot of people and where to find things at a good price.) The owners in this case have bankrupted at least 3 companies that I know of in the past. When my guy told me about their concerns over me working out of my house I told him... "I work out of my house because I can. No one's looking for me. I don't worry that some guy I F'd or didn't pay is going to be waiting for me outside one morning to kick my ass. Because that's not how I do business, and I don't owe anyone jack ****. Which is exactly why they've got unlisted numbers and don't want anyone there knowing their home addresses."