Most of the guys I hire will do out calls to my place, but they add like a $50 surcharge to their fee compared to in calls. I could see if they were cabbing it, but for most of these guys, it's just a quick subway ride with their unlimited metro cards. It really doesn't cost anything extra on their end. Plus, I like to cook, so they get a free meal out of me as well. Do you think it's ethical for them to charge the extra fee when it costs them nothing extra? I know that many of them are struggling guys just trying to make rent, so I'm torn over that aspect, but in the end, it's a business transaction, so why should they pass down additional costs to me when it's not costing them anything extra? Your thoughts.
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