Facebook Is Charging Employees $2,500 For Private Share Sales

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Facebook and Zynga are charging employees thousands of dollars if they sell shares through private markets, Bloomberg reports.

Zynga employees have to pay a $6,000 fee to sell shares of the company. Facebook employees have to pay $2,500.

The fee is supposed to deal with the administrative costs of transferring the stock.

It’s also discourages employees from selling shares to outsiders.

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