Ex-flatmate not paying me back

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She moved out on bad terms, we don't like her, she doens't like us, but she does owe me like £25. For me, its not about the actual money, more about the fact that she wont give me my money back, or even respond to my messages asking her for my money back. I have no idea if the messages are even getting through. She blocked my phone number, snapchat, instagram and facebook, and she gave us an email to contact, so I've been using that. I've also been using her school email as well, and she hasn't responded to that either. She moved out Jan, it's now April. What do I do?!
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(Original post by BoWithTheFlow)
She moved out on bad terms, we don't like her, she doens't like us, but she does owe me like £25. For me, its not about the actual money, more about the fact that she wont give me my money back, or even respond to my messages asking her for my money back. I have no idea if the messages are even getting through. She blocked my phone number, snapchat, instagram and facebook, and she gave us an email to contact, so I've been using that. I've also been using her school email as well, and she hasn't responded to that either. She moved out Jan, it's now April. What do I do?!
You aren't going to get it back, it seems. You should drop it.
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Yeah... I think that's a life lesson in not lending people money I'm afraid.
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its £25

if the principle is the problem find your own way to get back at her
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Yeah... I think that's a life lesson in not lending people money I'm afraid.
I never ever lend money, I was just paying the wifi bills and my flatmates were paying me back
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its £25

if the principle is the problem find your own way to get back at her
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Just let it go and move on.
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(Original post by BoWithTheFlow)
She moved out on bad terms, we don't like her, she doens't like us, but she does owe me like £25. For me, its not about the actual money, more about the fact that she wont give me my money back, or even respond to my messages asking her for my money back. I have no idea if the messages are even getting through. She blocked my phone number, snapchat, instagram and facebook, and she gave us an email to contact, so I've been using that. I've also been using her school email as well, and she hasn't responded to that either. She moved out Jan, it's now April. What do I do?!
If I could not recoup the money legally, I would look at a way of inflicting revenge...

£25 is too much to turn a blind eye to imo
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You aren't going to get it back, it seems. You should drop it.
Yeah I think so too </3
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Since there is no way of getting this back and your messages, if she is seeing them, will only give her satisfaction I would be the bigger person. It’s only £25 and in the scheme of things no big deal.
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Let it go.

Never a borrower or a lender be.

Whenever you lend money, its at your own risk.
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