accipiunt: etc. i. e. the price they set is willingly paid.
 quod: see Crit. App.
[3-4] quod … quod: the first quod is probably a conjunction and the second a relative. In promising what she has not performed Aufilena has played the part of an inimica instead of an amica. (With quod as direct object of mentita cf. Prop. 3.17.1 “mentiri noctem” .) Thus vv. 3 and 4 correspond verb for verb,
 saepe: for she had often received money from him, and hence ought to treat him better now.
 ingenuae, honest.
 data corripere fraudando: etc. to secure the reward by fraud is to exceed the wicked greed of the most abandoned of prostitutes. But none of the emendations yet offered for the corrupt efficit are at all satisfactory.