Woman babysits for eight hours - but gets odd response when she asks to be paid.

It's typical to expect that when you've offered and completed service for someone they will provide you with adequate payment whether you're a builder, writer or wedding planner. But one woman found herself in a rather bizarre predicament after babysitting for a stranger's children for eight hours.
She messaged the mum at the end of the day to further discuss collecting her payment but couldn't believe her eyes when she saw the reply she had been sent. The babysitter's sister revealed all in a post online and it's angered thousands.
Taking to Reddit, the sister shared screenshots she had been sent of the babysitter and the mother's text exchange. The conversation begins civilly with the babysitter messaging: "It was great watching [child's name] and [child's name] today! I enjoyed them. Do you mind if I swing by tomorrow at 2pm to collect the money?"Things instantly take a weird turn as the mum replies: "I wasn't aware payment was involved. You got free ice cream and a day of fun... I'm sorry for the misinterpretation."Confused, the babysitter quickly reminds her that they had already discussed payment of $16 (£12.60) an hour before she agreed to watch the kids, then sends images of their previous conversation to prove it.
When the babysitter reiterates that she is owed $128 for her services, the mother tells her she's acting "stuck up" and asks if they can compromise at $20 because the kids are easy to look after and it was only one day of work.
Trying to keep a level head, the babysitter says: "It's not a discussion of that. You promised, and I have textbooks to pay for. Please, I would accept $100."But her pleading doesn't work on the heartless parent, who proceeds to block her number in order to stop her asking for money.
"Absolutely not," she wrote. "I wish I didn't have such a stuck up c*** watching my kids. I am going to block you now please do not contact me again."The babysitter was outraged - as were the Reddit users who read the post. One person suggested she talk to the husband and see if he is "more reasonable", or if not taken them to "small claims court".