Service charge

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Service charge

A component of some finance charges, such as the fee for triggering an overdraft checking account into use.

Service Charge

A fee a company or bank assesses for providing an unusual service. For example, a bank may assess a service charge if a person who does not have an account withdraws money from that bank's ATM. It is also called a service fee.
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Several ministries, counties and government agencies use the platform to receive payments for their services to Kenyans with a convenience fee of Sh50 charged for each transaction.
The Florida Courts E-Filing Authority at its June 27 meeting voted to raise its credit card convenience fees from 3 to 3.5 percent and the cost for using an electronic check to pay filing fees and costs from $3 to $5 for its 2016-17 budget.
As a spokesperson for Payment Savvy noted, the new convenience fee payment processing was designed with utility and telecom companies in mind.
Also the responsibility of the visitor is a 35 cent convenience fee per transaction.
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Friday; $10 fee plus $3 convenience fee; snowshoes provided; bring lunch and water, and dress appropriately; transportation to and from trailhead provided by Forest Service; advance registration required at www.recreation.gov or 877-444-6777; additional information at Sweet Home Ranger District at 541-367-5168.
New Revenue Sources - Credit unions have the potential to create new convenience fee revenue by offering value-added mobile services that provide a quicker, easier way to conduct transactions, including: emergency bill payments, P2P payments, remote deposit capture and merchant-funded offers.
The shoreline license cost is free to those who are eligible, but expect to pay a small convenience fee of about $3, depending on how you obtain your license.
* Ability to pay rent online if there is a convenience fee (2.79)
When I went to check out, there was a $2 convenience fee listed on my bill.
The computer asks for a credit card to pay for the wine, plus taxes and a $1 "convenience fee." After signing for the purchase, the customer is instructed to blow into a breathalyzer, which looks like a 2-inch hole covered by a wire screen.