Technically no. If your fee is $100 and the sales tax you bill for is $7.25, when you file your sales tax report with the state you owe them $7.25 no matter what you actually net because of credit care fees. As far as bookkeeping you'll have to track sales tax charged.
Your gross income is the amount billed (and paid) with credit card charges as a business expense. If you add a percentage for credit card fees you will have to collect sales tax on the total amount billed but double check that with an accountant in case there's a work around.
California does not charge sales tax on labor (so far) and I don't accept credit cards so it's not really an issue for me. But if I bill for sales tax on parts I owe the sales tax billed for regardless of what I collect due to CC fees. I don't take PayPal because the fee applications seem somewhat random. Venmo does not charge a fee if you aren't asking them to provide other services and aren't registered then as a business. Zelle also doesn't charge a fee. Checks and cash are my preferred payment options.
Runnit by an accountant or call the state board of equalization.