Transaction fee

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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First Renewal Period: Mobile Transaction Fee Percentage 1.
The square does not have a transaction fee with no contract and no monthly fees.
Parents who still want to continue paying using credit and debit cards can do so but they will have to cover the bank transaction fee themselves.
Customers are charged an unpaid transaction fee when a transaction is returned unpaid because there is not enough money in the customer's account.
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Most credit cards charge an average exchange rate transaction fee of 2.
Discover does not charge a foreign currency transaction fee on any of its card products.
The CDC transaction fee has been reduced by 40% and the custody fee has been reduced by 25% each on shares and TFCs/ Wapda/ units, while the transaction fee for investor account services has been reduced by 40%.
The commission scheme is starting immediately and will replace the previously introduced transaction fee model.
Then came a transaction fee that the agents levied to offset the scraping away of their commissions.
27% transaction fee, Thompson offers online merchants several software solutions for online payment as well as customized consulting services.
As an introductory offer, SciQuest will waive the 1 percent transaction fee until June 30.

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