is it fair to charge a commissioner fee?

I had a march madness pool over the past three weeks with about 20 people in it. Because i had to chase people down to collect their money one they signed up on ESPN, and because I had to hold onto the money, keep it safe, and organize everything, should I be allowed to charge a "commissioners fee" of $5? (entry was $5) Or is that not cool? I don't think it is cool, especially in a relatively small pool, but I'm just curious about other opinions

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  • 8 years ago
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    If these are friends, or if you offered to do all of this, then I'd say not cool. If the work was pushed off on you, you could probably get away with asking for a few dollars. Next time though you could indicate up front that there will be a commissioner fee to make things easier!

  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    No

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