After all that I have done for this woman, she gave me her behind to kiss.

@cream97 (29176)
United States
May 10, 2011 6:08pm CST
I did a favor for this woman that knows my immediate family from childhood. My husband and my father-in-law also, have done work for her and her daughter too. Well, I allowed her to use a certain amount of money that I had. She ended up overspending $19.19. I called her about this and she acted like she could careless. She asked me what does she want her to do. I told her that I would like for her to pay this money back that she has owed me. Then, she becomes offensive and she tells me that she does not owe me anything at all. She said that if anything, my husband owes her some money instead. She said that he owes her $15.00. She then told me that if she owes me anything it would be $4.00 So, I assumed that my husband borrowed some money from her recently or in the past. I asked her about this and she told me that I need to ask my husband, the reason why he owed this money to her. Why should I ask my husband about this money that was overspent, when she was the last person to have utilized this money that I have given to her. That is why I called her! So, she got upset after that and hung up the phone on me. So after this, later on, I confronted my husband about this. I asked him about what she told me on the phone and he told me that he does not owe her any money, nor did he even borrow any money from her whatsoever. He says that he does not borrow money from her at all. When I told him about the $15.00, he told me that this is some money that a lady owes her for material, that concerns a job that has to be done at her house or the ladies house, either way. So, what this woman did, she overspent $19.19 from my money just to compensate what the woman did not pay back to her. WTF? How can she make me responsible for paying back something that someone else owed her. I feel as if she was rude, she broke her trust with me and she is also dishonest. I don't want to ever help her again. If this woman owed her any money, she needs to go and ask this woman for her money. Why take this amount out of my money to compensate for what this woman owes to her? That is not fair at all. She hung her cell phone up on me, and I did not appreciate it at all. I was kind to her the entire phone conversation. I did not get loud, curse or say nasty things to her. She got upset with me because I was woman enough to confront her about her overspending with the money that I gave to her. She can forget about me doing anything for her. She is sassy and mean. I don't want to trust someone like this ever again.
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11 responses
@whateva (786)
• India
11 May 11
Weird women? i still don't get why she got that rude with you. Some other women owed it right? and who was that women exactly?
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@cream97 (29176)
• United States
11 May 11
Hi. whateva. Yes, another woman owed her this money. This is some woman that she must have gave some money to and she did not pay her back. Or this woman needed some work done to her house. It is really confusing because, I don't even know this woman at all. .
@whateva (786)
• India
11 May 11
I think this woman is some kind of lunatic, so bad luck that you ran into her.
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@cream97 (29176)
• United States
11 May 11
Yes, she is a lunatic. She is a very mean woman. If this woman owes her $15.00, she should be woman enough to go to her and ask for her money. If she can be bold enough to hang up her cell phone on me, then she should be bold enough to confront the woman that owes her $15.00.
@dawnald (84124)
• Shingle Springs, California
11 May 11
I just don't get how some people think...
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@cream97 (29176)
• United States
11 May 11
Neither do I, dawnald. This woman really thinks that she is God's gift to the world. She act as if people have to bow down to her and throw rose petals at her feet. Well not me, she ain't royal, and she won't be treated as if she is royal. She is as ashy, as the rusted tin pans that she throws into the garbage bin.
@CTHanum (8255)
• Malaysia
3 Jun 11
She should told you first that she overspent that money but she seems did not admit it and she lied to you too by pretending that she is innocent~ How could she do that to others? You helped her and she did not appreciate it. It seems that it is easy to get and use money but it is very hard for them to pay it back to us. People are just too greedy when it comes to money~
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@Hatley (148967)
• Garden Grove, California
13 May 11
hi cream that just goes to show my dad, much as I hate to admit it as I disliked him very much,total hyporite, was right .His motto was neither a borrower or a lender be. Something about borrowing money seems to some people a license to steal from you and not pay back. I have been there too Cream and its so annoying. they thought you wonderful when you loaned them the money but come time to pay it back oh my the difference. I cannnot see for the life of me how she justified overspending almost twenty dollars simply because someone else stiffed her? She sounds like a total nut. And that hooey she fed you about your husband owing her money'she must be desperate for money perhaps the lady needs to get one of those things called a job and pay her own bills rather than borrowing. You were kind to her and just asked her to repay that extra money.she had no earthly reason to get nasty with you.she is the one owing you money. cream here in the US and in California you could take her to small claims court as you wou ld easily win your case. I would be sure never to ever loan her any money again. tell her the Cream bank is no longer in service she will need to go elsewhere.I do wish you luck in getting ther money back.
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@mansha (6301)
• India
12 May 11
Thats a real trouble, you lost the money too. How come that lady took the money from you instead of the woman who owes it to her. Being nasty to you is not going to improve the situation may be you can call her up in person and ask her, seek your father in laws help see if anyone else owes any money to her and make them pay you instead to her. thats one way to get the money back.
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@pradoz (404)
• India
11 May 11
Well if you what you said is complete,she is a downrigt thankless woman and deserves a kick in the @#1....
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@bunnybon7 (30476)
• Holiday, Florida
11 May 11
yep, just like so many others today, she is taking advantage of your kindness. thinking everyone owes her and she owes no one. just like my ex friend who does the same thing. or used to. Last time she did this to me and said she didnt owe me, i just said thats it. even tho i have no other friends except online here, id rather do without them in person if thats how its gonna be
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@yspmyl (3438)
• Malaysia
11 May 11
Some people are just do not think logically when into something. For example, some of my colleague will ask me weired question which is not under my job scope and wanted me to make the decision. So, I told her that is not my responsibility and I do not know about that. Do you know what she told me? She said, you have been working few years in this company, you should know about it and can make decision for that. Hey, come on, of course I know about that, but it is not under my control nor my responsibility, why should I make the decision for you. That shows that many people just do not how to think logically, that is why the woman that you mentioned just think to get back her money but without think about whose money should she spend. So, what can do is to ignore her next time and never borrow her anymore things or money.
@stephcjh (32386)
• United States
11 May 11
That is so rude. You just have to be so careful with whom you associate yourself with, especially these days. I would cut all ties with that woman too. She is no good for you and your husband.
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• United States
11 May 11
I do not blame you for not trusting her again and or anyone who does this similar thing to you again. Perhaps let her know that she has wronged you this way and next time to wants to ask for a favor she may think twice. Or maybe best to completely disassociate yourself from her in total because you do not need people who do not appreciate you.
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@celticeagle (109435)
• Boise, Idaho
11 May 11
I would write her a note saying just what you said. You were polite to her on the phone. You would have appreciated the same from her. And that this money owed has nothing to do with this other woman. You expect it paid back. Then I would not speak to or have anything more to do with her until this happens. She obviously is delusional and is self satisfying and care nothing about any body but herself. SHe needs a wake up call. I would not go around her.