A non-discretionary charge or fee placed on orders or purchases from certain companies, frequently ticket retailers and cinemas. The charge never relates to a specific cost incurred by the company and is purely an additional fee to boost profits. So called as the company in question knows the consumer has no option but to pay, so their charging it is the company saying, "Fuck You, Pay it."
£1.50 'Booking fee' on my cinema tickets - that's just a 'Fuck You tax'!
作者 eswqc 2011年1月14日

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