Ok, I will see if I can make sense with this. I have a tendency to ramble! My boys are both in Cub Scouts and we sold popcorn this year. One of the customers is a friend. The Leader called me last night and asked me if I knew this person because their check bounced. I said yes and that she was my friend. I told the Leader to call the bank in the morning to make sure the check didn't go through the second time and call me to let me know. She did and the check didn't go through. I have been racking my brain since last night trying to figure out the best way to handle this with my friend. I know this isn't the first time she has done this. The leader asked me if I would rather have her call my friend to get it straightened out and I told her yes and gave her my friend's phone number. Did I do the right thing? I hate being put in the middle of stuff like this. If I knew this was an isolated incident then that would be a different story. I called my husband and he said I should call my friend and tell her that the Leader is going to get in touch with her, but then my friend will know and not answer the phone. It isn't fair to the Cub Scouts that they should lose out $50 because of this. I am just confused on the best way to handle this.