But it wasn't the amount that he paid, which makes all the difference in the world.
And instead of doing something sensible like telling her to correct her advertised rate to £110 if she's insisting on it, you just had to encourage Lexi to do otherwise.
Oh well, I suppose it's my fault for expecting anything more from a barebacking, hotel-naming, rate-upping, anti-punter arsewipe like you.
As usual you didn't want to admit you were wrong and simply had to persist in your attempt to distort the facts.
So, take a look at the image below.
Now, tell me how I could possibly have encouraged her to 'raise' her rate to £120 when it was already 120. Before I had even met her ...
I specifically asked the original reviewer for clarification because her stated rate at the time of his review for 1 hour was 120, but the op claimed to have paid 110.
Lexi herself genuinely thought she had selected 110 as her rate, but as the AW booking confirmation above makes abundantly clear, she was mistaken.
All that you have therefore helped to prove is two things:
1. The OP was the fortunate beneficiary, albeit inadvertently, of a £10 discount.
2. Lexi is a very honest girl. She genuinely believed I had foolishly attempted to overpay (and said as much by offering to return £10), when in fact I had simply paid the stated rate on her profile.
You also proved something far more important.
That you are an angry, frustrated individual who enjoys nothing more than vicariously 'living' through some form of warped, perceived enjoyment at the misfortune of others.