A charge over the usual or legal rates.
Additional charge, over and above an established rate of service.
Additional amount charged to non-UW, non-federal users in excess of internal rate, not including sales tax or institutional overhead.
Additional rent charged to tenants who consume utility services (gas, water, electric) in excess of the amounts permitted in the terms of the lease.
A charge in addition to the usual amount paid for something, e.g. for deliveries made outside normal hours.
Charge over and above established rates.
is the extra loading on the normal premium, due to any cause, such as monthly premium payments, etc.
An additional fee levied for the provision of certain additional features or because of special extenuating circumstances. tariff A schedule of fares or prices.
Charge added on top of another charge.
It is a charge on the tax.
Some companies charge a surcharge on top of the base rate to cover their costs.
charge an extra fee, as for a special service
a charge above the usual or customary freight charges
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a charge you are assessed by the owner of the ATM you are using
a fee charged by the financial institution to non-customers who use their ATM machine
a fee charged to cardholders by the Interac Association member responsible for the Automated Banking Machine or the Interac Direct Payment terminal
a fee imposed by the owner of an ATM for using that machine
an amount of money that we charge you on certain items when that part is a reconditioned unit, and we require the old unit back for reconditioning
an over- charge, an extra charge on an item
a service fee that some stores, check cashers, credit unions, and banks MAY charge cardholders each time the EBT (Golden State Advantage) card is used at an ATM or POS device to get cash benefits
An extra fee charged at some ATM machines when a non-proprietary card is used to access funds or transactions.
An extra charge added to your premium by an insurance company. For automobile insurance, a surcharge is usually added if you have at-fault accidents.
A court required payment from a trustee's personal funds because of the trustee's negligence or intentional violation of his duties, which results in a loss to the trust's beneficiary(s).
A charged added to a utility customer's bill separate from payment for the usage of the service, which pays for a distinct program, such as the Dead Equipment Acquisition Fund (DEAF) Trust, the Low Income Ratepayer Assistance (LIRA) Program, and the Universal Lifeline Telephone Service (ULTS) Program.
An extra fee for using a service. Surcharges are also referred to as convenience fees and are commonly presented when using ATMs.
A special charge, tax or fee billed to a customer that is not a standard part of a utility's tariff.
This is an additional premium that is added to the policy when the risk exposure is higher. For example, insurance companies will surcharge a policy for accidents or moving violations.
A stated dollar amount paid to the dentist by the beneficiary, in addition to other reimbursement received by third-party payer(s).
Additional cost of tax levied for a specific reason. (surtaxe; droit supplémentaire)
A charge above the usual or customary charge.
A surcharge is a service fee that some stores and banks MAY charge you each time you use an ATM or POS machine to get cash benefits with your Benefit Security® Card. Before you use your card, LOOK FOR A WARNING telling you about this surcharge on the ATM screen, or on a sign near the POS machine in stores. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO PAY THIS FEE. YOU CAN CHOOSE ANOTHER LOCATION. Check around for places where you can get cash without having to pay this surcharge.
An extra premium charge for increased level of risk, such as a violation, license suspension, or accident.
This is an extra charge banks make if a customer does not keep to their agreement with the bank. It is also a penalty charged if tax is not paid on time.
Automated teller machine ATM surcharges are additional fees imposed on consumers who use ATMs to withdraw cash. Unlike ATM fees, surcharges are imposed directly at the machine and are charged by the owner of the ATM. Banks usually impose ATM surcharges only on customers of other banks, though some ATM owners impose surcharges on everyone.
A charge added to your auto policy premium after a traffic violation or an accident in which you were at fault.
a fee charged in addition to the regular fee.
A fee applied in addition to the market charge. Under the terms of the Section 61 Program, higher-income households may have to pay a surcharge. Surcharges also apply to higher-income members of FCHP co-ops approved in 1991.
An extra charge applied by the insurer.
An additional cost applied by the insurance company above the cost of the insurance, usually incurred for accidents or moving violations.
An additional charge.
Additional charge added to the usual or customary freight.
An extra charge imposed for those who purchase with a credit card rather than paying in cash.
A fee charged to the user of an ATM by the owner of that ATM. This is different from a foreign fee, which is charged by a bank when one of its customers uses an ATM not owned by that bank.
An add-on the applicable charges; motor carriers have a fuel surcharge and railroad can apply a surcharge to any joint rate that does not yield 110 percent of variable cost.
An extra charge imposed on those who purchase with a credit card instead of cash. (Currently, surcharges for credit card purchases are prohibited.)
A charge above the customary charge. Generally applicable to light-density traffic or claimed revenue shortfalls by issuing carriers.
An increase in your auto insurance premium due to an at-fault accident or a moving violation.