Originally posted on 10/31/2022:

Isn't this so typical. Person takes out a loan and then doesn't pay it back in the agreed upon way. Lender naturally asks what's going on, asks them to live up to the terms of the agreement, and the borrower implies/says the lender is a "prick"/tries to imply the lender is the bad person in the situation for simply asking for the borrower to live up to the agreement.

That basically what's happening here? Wish I could say this is uncommon, but I know from my own experiences it isn't. And folks wonder why people are reluctant to loan in general, little upside and huge downside in terms of getting stiffed/dealing with useless drama, what's the point? And then they help ruin it for the nice folks who legitimately want loans/will pay them back in good faith.