What's your reasoning for 4betting?
When facing a decently-sized 3bet (ie one that you can't call for set odds
against) you have to decide where your hand stands in relative strength to your opponent's range, and where it stands vs your opponent's playback range vs a 4bet.
It's either too weak to play back with, in which case you fold preflop, or it's strong enough to 4bet and call off, in which case you NEVER fold to a shove after you 4bet. Against an unknown at 10nl I seriously doubt it's good enough to stack, so we should be folding pf.
You might be getting odds to call it off now, but so would you had you raised everything in your stack but $0.01, so clearly that's not the focus of the hand. The focus is in your initial decision to 4bet.
Never 4bet without a plan - know it's either as a bluff, or for value.