If you don’t want the target to come to physical harm, then I’d leave out the “bloodshed” bit and just say “bring the death of friendship to N.” I kept it as-is, and the target still did not come to any physical harm, as I was more concerned about protecting other people from his manipulations.
Physical wounds are rather temporary and can heal, though the target may suffer pain. Removing the bonds of friendship, now that is a wound that cuts much deeper. Friends can offer support in times of pain. Remove them, and the target will suffer alone.
You also may want to slow down a bit with the magick. Is there an absolute need for you to be doing 8 rituals at once? It may not be a problem, but if you’re doing so much magick out of desperation, then you’re likely doing yourself a disservice. If you can, I’d say focus it down to no more than 3 per day. There’s no set rule for these things, but it’s much better to do one or a few rituals with full-focus, than many with a fuzzy intent.
And btw, it sounds like you don’t really need to go to the trouble of cursing this dude, as it seems that he has already cursed himself. There are plenty of angels and demons out there who are good at removing someone’s wealth, however, should you decide that this individual does not deserve such things. They can be made to lose a solid chunk relatively quickly, but if you are patient, you could strip him of it all.
That being said, is he really worth your time? He sounds rather pathetic from what you’ve described. Take your revenge if you must, but before I curse I always ask myself, “Would I rather be doing money magick?” Would I rather be manifesting enjoyable experiences into my life, advancing my career, or even working on a hobby? Much of the time, the answer is yes.
Some enemies will be rather persistent in their attempts to harm you, however, and in these cases a quick binding will usually be enough to do the trick. I reserve curses for those who are truly malicious and cruel, to myself and/or others.
Do what you will, of course, but I thought I’d offer my perspective. Best of luck