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Exactly on the same opinion, this is unfair fee posted on the cleaning fee which is covering only small part of our expense for cleaning and I see no point to pay 18% on Booking for this? What is reasonable explanation of for taking this additional fee, Booking is a platform for selling accomodation and has no contribution for the quality of our service. Putting commission on this will make us increase the Cleaning fee and increase the total price for the end customer which again is unfair. Our goal is to give the best service for the clients, not to pay high commissions to the platform, we are paying enough commission for advertisement, for processing payments, for participation in premium & genius program etc.etc. - which we accept because this is the marketplace, but paying commission on the cleaning/ service fees? - that is too much...We have VAT on the commission in our country as well....Booking needs to think globally on shortening the settlement period to its partners and think of diverse tools for marketing, which has nothing in common with the cleaning and the service which the partners manage how they know best!