Service-charge meaning

The definition of a service charge is an additional fee for service on top of any normal charge.

An example of service charge is PayPal charging a fee for one person sending money to another using their service.

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An additional charge for a service for which there is already a basic fee.
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A fee charged for a service, often in addition to a basic fee.
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A finance charge that is triggered by a specific event. For example, a service charge may be assessed on checks issued by credit card companies that allow the card holder to use them for purchases or to pay off other credit cards. A service charge also may be assessed when an overdraft protection on a credit card is triggered.
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An amount added to the bill in a restaurant, or other similar establishment, which is normally paid to the waiter or waitress.
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