I've been helping a really good friend make money online for the past 6 months. Last week we decided to JV. The JV was to build a massive email list and get traffic to the list. We did that. We generated a lot of emails in a short space of time. My friends task was to just build traffic using a method I developed and taught him. He can't code, or anything like that and had no money. He did come with the general idea for the list, but nothing else. I put forward a lot of money to aweber, paid for a dedicated server, built the sites (both graphics and coding) and configured the servers. It took me over a week of hard graft to get the plan into motion. We didn't discuss how we would monetize the list, and until we did, the list was sitting there. I owned 50% of the list and paid for everything so I'm entitled to use it for myself aswell. So, I pushed something to the list, built a new list, and made a lot of money of the new list. The old list is still there. My friend found out and hit the roof demanding I owe him 50%. I refused. So now I've got the death threats and all the other crap that comes with it. I personally feel that I have done nothing wrong. I used OUR list to build a list to make money. It's not my fault he can't make it up to the office to discuss a way to make money. And even if he did, I'm the one that has got to develop the idea and fund it. Would you say he is right to ask for 50%?