Transaction fee

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Transaction fee

A charge an intermediary, such as a broker-dealer or a bank, assesses for assisting in the sale or purchase of a security.

Transaction Fee

A fee that a broker-dealer assesses on a client for the service of filling an order. Usually, the transaction fee is a percentage of the value of the transaction, but sometimes it is a flat rate, such as two cents per share or seven dollars per trade.
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25 transaction charge applies unless otherwise stated.
Online sales carry a small additional transaction charge.
In addition to the electronic document transaction charge of Dh350 there should also be a charge for court proceedings and hearing," Al Za'abi said.
ONLINE operator Sportingbet have controversially become the first bookmaker to introduce an across-the-board transaction charge of pounds 1 for customers making debit card deposits on their site, writes Jim Cremin.
But a EUR100 withdrawal with a Lloyds TSB debit card will incur a pounds 2 transaction charge plus a 2.
Some 250 gasoline retailers abandoned the collection system through debit and credit cards provided by Evertec, a subsidiary of Banco Popular, before it increased the transaction charge, reports AP (Oct.
25% transaction charge on cash withdrawals at ATMs.
com which will then pay individual merchants, minus a small transaction charge.
While the price control on ATM fees (setting the transaction charge at a maximum of $0.
There will be one- per cent transaction charge if money from the wallet is transferred to other bank accounts or a there is cash withdrawal.
The company is highli ghting Visa's move from its previous "p ence-per-transaction" fee to one that is now calculated as a percentage rate, plus a pence per transaction charge based on company turnover, transaction volume and average transaction value.

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