I don't know if such a word exists in the English language. In the Bisaya language of the Visayas region in the Philippines where I belong, there is a verb that describes exactly that. I can't find the English translation of it. I can't even spell it correctly which means I can't find it in the Bisaya dictionary. I don't even know the root word of it is. The word is "moyboy" or "boyboy" or whatever. It's used like this:
Person A: "Gipa-eskwela tikaw. Ako gabayad sa imohang mga tuition. Unya dili ko nimo togtan pahulam og kwarta?
- I took you to school. I paid all your tuitions and you wouldn't let me borrow money?
Person B: "Ayaw ko boyboyi."
- Don't ___ me
Namoyboy si Person A ni Person B
- Person A is "doing the action on" Person B
Mamoyboy si Person A kung dili pahulmon og kwarta.
- Person A "does the action" each time he borrows money.
So if there's an actual word that is similar in English, I'd like to know what it is.