Yep. I might add, that this situation was a "test" - meaning that we were testing this person's integrity with the arrangement, and not fully trusting them to keep their word in the first place.
The merchandise was a portable washing machine. We purchased it new, never had a problem with it, hadn't used it in some time since we had appliances in the home we were in at the time, had a service contract on it and transferred it to the Brother™, when we "sold" it to him for $100 (covered the cost of the service contract that we had extended). We tested the machine before we even offered it to him to make sure that it was working properly - and it was. The Brother™ (he is also my sibling) was short on cash at the time, and said he would pay us on his next pay. This was also the same sibling who we took in and gave a place to stay for six months when he first moved to this city. We didn't charge him room and board. We didn't ask for help with gas money or anything. He had friends over, I cooked for them and didn't ask for money to cover his entertaining.
Next thing we know, my parents are reaming me out for trying to sell a "defective" washing machine to my brother. They were made aware (by me) that it was in perfect working order when we sold it to him, that there was a valid service contract on it if it wasn't working now, and that my brother could simply call and have it fixed. My parents insisted that because it was "defective" (it wasn't) that we should not expect to be paid, at which point I said, then I should expect to get the washing machine back and have the service contract transferred back to us. It never happened and we never got the $100 either. My brother (the Brother™) didn't even bother to follow the Biblical protocol in Matthew 18, to lay bare the fault between him and me alone.... he got our folks involved and did a swell job of slandering me and Mr. Scully to them.
In all honesty, it was worth $100 to find out that my brother (the Brother™) is an ungrateful user.