This is a public notice to the Kenya-Stockholmers who owe me money. Pay me by October 31st 2011 otherwise my next notice at KSB will name and shame you. Respect is key in the principle of borrowing and paying back money. In case of any delays, the debtor is obliged to inform the creditor.
The debtors have my contacts including bank account number. They are two men and a woman. The sum involved is not a lot, but still needs to be paid back according to the agreement at the time of borrowing. I have put this notice on KSB because these people have been elusive when I contact them on e-mail or text messages. Just so that they don’t forget:
1. The woman borrowed SEK 1900 during this year’s mid-summer weekend in June with a promise to pay me back the following Monday. SEK 500 was paid back that Sunday and another SEK 500 at the end of July, meaning she still owes me SEK 900.
2. The young man who fraudulently took my SEK 500 and change by selling drinks that we had mutually agreed he would buy for my guests. I had inserted money into his bank account on July 23rd. He is a thankless man.
3. The male friend who borrowed SEK 1000 on August 13th during a private event.
All in all, they should not blame me for going public even if ‘sans’ their names, but will do so after October 31, 2011. If any of them has paid money into my account, then they should notify me.