“They left; I basically texted them saying I expected them to pay me within the week or I would no longer be helping out. They just replied, “We are your parents, not a bank. Sorry for your confusion, but there was never a money agreement. Since it was such a big deal to you, we won’t need your help again.”
She’s left wondering if it is wrong of her to expect to be paid up. What do you think?
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