sales fee Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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sales feenoun [C]

uk   us  
(also sales load) FINANCE a ​charge that you ​pay when you ​buy or ​sellshares in an ​investmentcompany: charge/pay a sales fee Buyers must ​pay a ​salesfee of 5%, ​even if they ​buy the ​fund directly from us.
COMMERCE money that a ​person or ​businesscharges a ​company when they ​sellproducts or ​services for them: These ​travelsites typically ​chargeairlines a $10 ​salesfee.
(Definition of sales fee from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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