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Went to Circle K at 600 Shug Jordan Road on Auburn Alabama. They had Done these advertised for $2.69 or 2 for $5.00. I bought them and noticed that I had been charged $3.99 plus tax. I brought it to the associates' attention. He looked on the scan screen and said a that's the price. He then said it had been placed in the wrong place. I took him to where they all were AND showed him the large 2 for 5 sign in front of them. He said, it is what it is. I got a refund and went elsewhere. THIS PLACE OF FRAUDULENT. STAY AWAY.
Stopped for fuel (Gulfport, MS), Easy Pay not working, employee said we had old card and they no longer use them? Hum, we've been using everywhere else. He acted like he was being put out by helping customers. Very poor customer service. I looked around and they had the same cars available for signing up.
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Stopped at this location yesterday and tried to fill up on pump 11 (high speed Diesel). Pump cut off at $175 (34 gallons). I noticed I only had less than 3/4 tank. I Drive a Chevy 2500 with 35-36 gallon tank and I wasn't completely empty before getting fuel. I went inside to discuss with manager. I was told there was nothing wrong with the pumps, must be my truck and she alluded that I might be scamming them.
I came back this morning with a 5 gallon container and pumped (per the Pump) 5 Gallons. There was only 2.5 gallons of fuel in the container. I filmed and made pictures. Went back inside, ask for a manager, was directed to a different cashier. Manager in black uniform didn't acknowledge me. I explained the situation from both days. Then the manager in Black said "why would you keep coming back if there's a problem". I said to prove a point! She then said to leave my information, someone would Call. The Point is, I have been robbed of at Least $100! And no telling How many other people have too. I have left a message with Customer Service. No return call. Now I'm trying this avenue.
I visited Circle K last week to get a fountain drink. The inside is nice and updated, with all their technology. They had Dr. Pepper stocked and when I went to check out, I was able to use their new self-checkouts for a speedy checkout. I was in and out in under a minute. I recommend getting your food or drinks at Circle K every time, because of their easy and fast checkouts.
This is the letter I sent to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau: I am writing to figure out if a company fraudulently used my checking account by gaining access and ultimately wanting me to pay a surcharge of $25. I've attached an email I received and could not get an answer by contacting the company or both of my banks. I've spent hours on this and don't know another option. On 7/16/22 I made a gas transaction at a Circle K gas station in Phoenix, Az. I paid for the purchase with my Circle K Easy Pay Rewards Card which is linked to my checking account and allows me to get a discount on gasoline. I signed up for this card in 2016 using my Vantage West Credit Union checking account and provided the routing and account number.
I signed up through the company they use called Zipline (www.myzipline.biz). The process involves them making 2 small deposits of a few cents to verify the account. Once they did that, I responded to an email to complete the process and everything went smoothly for years. With the high cost of gas recently, I decided to use my Circle K card along with earned points from a grocery store named Fry's in the area. By doing this, I was able to fill up my tank for $3.99/gallon instead of $5. On 7/20/22 I received an email from CheckRedi, a debt collection company on behalf of my transaction. They pointed out that I need to call and set up payment for the denied transaction and a $25 surcharge.
I contacted my Vantage West Credit Union and they could not find any denied transactions on my account. I then called CheckRedi and told them what my bank found. After going around the mountain several times, Latonya advised me that this was involving a Chase account that I used to sign up in 2019, not Vantage West. I told her I signed up with Vantage West in 2016 and asked how they got my Chase checking information. This is the problem. Since I closed my Chase account on 7/6/22, I do not have access to any information and went to a branch office. They can't explain it but do show a denied transaction for my gas posted on7/20/22. I attempted to access my Circle K/Zipline account and it's locked.
I called and was told that unless I pay the amount + surcharge, my account will stay locked. I told them that I acknowledge the transaction but, until this is rectified, I will not pay the surcharge. They would not allow me to pay for the transaction only. I am now in the process of trying to put my Vantage West account back on my Easy Pay card to see if I can access their information but can't verify the small deposits because of being locked out. The end result is that I'm in limbo with this and cannot access my accounts to provide any supporting documentation I may need such as when I signed up, etc. Someone needs to provide proof of how that account was changed but I don't have any means to retrieve it. I can request banking statements from Chase if needed but they have to send them by the United States Postal Service which could take up to 30 days. I applaud what you do and hope you can help me. Thank you.
The result was that after 2 weeks Zipline sent them a blah blah blah letter that did not address the issue. I called Circle K Corporate Headquarters and received a lot of "sorrys". Anyway, I paid the $25 ransom to CheckRedi so I can have my acct. unlocked and will investigate for myself. This is far from over...
I was pumping gas then noticed employee spray painting handicap lines in front of store on a windy day and paint blew all over the front of my car. They would not return my calls, or take responsibility for the damage they did to my car!!
I was close to my house and needed gas. The Circle K at Clarke and Gantt in Sarasota had gas prices flashing, I thought R was 3.58 but the R was $3.89? Sitting at a light so I saw that the $3.58 price was for easy pay. I went in the store to ask about it but the person just pointed at the info. I took it with me and decided to check it out online. There were many sites saying neg things, but I looked here and saw all the one star reviews. In this day and age when identity theft is rampant why would I give all that info to anyone, unless it was a serious situation..like getting a mortgage or voting. I drive 3.5m to Costco for gas @$3.55. I thought this would be perfect .75m from my house, but unless they are deliberately trying to discourage people from easy pay or gathering data for resale, there is no way I’d deal with this company…the only good thing was the $1 any size soda.
I went to Circle K tonight and the cashier Joseph was very disrespectful to an elderly ** man who was with his partner an elderly ** woman over his military ID and then his was disrespectful to a ** lady with her two younger daughters then I went to purchase my item. He was disrespectful to me asking me what is my boyfriend problem because he was on his phone watching YouTube and I told him, "It's not your business what he is doing on his phone. His property." I ask was this other man the manager to report his behavior and no manager was there. They both are rude and racist and discriminate against people. They don't need to work there period. If you have people working there like that then you don't need a business in our neighborhood at all. This is disgraceful to our community for you to allow this behavior to continue in your business.
Caution, Circle K Easy Pay may be a possible scam: So, it claims you can get up to 3 cards and link to your checking account. I went to the application process, provided my driver's license number AND my personal checking account information. It claimed that it cannot verify who I am even after giving up all this information, including my address, email and phone number. They wanted my personal bank statements, copy of my driver's license and a utility bill (and my first born child). Then I tried to download the app. It wouldn't download. I called 'Zipline' customer service. That was another crock. Said they couldn't help me because they don't do the enrollments. Needless to say, I requested my account be terminated, assuming this was even something affiliated with Circle K. Unreal!!!
On a Sunday evening in June '21, I did what I normally don't do and went inside a Circle K convenience store. I normally pay at the pump but I was there to buy some PowerAde. I was surprised to see that the PowerAde 32oz bottles were on sale - 2 for $3.33. The store was very clean and I was impressed with that. However, that's where it went south.
I got in the shorter of 2 lines and there were 3 others in front of me. I noticed the cashier took the most time with the customer immediately in front of me as they joked around a lot conversing and laughing for at least a couple of minutes. However, when it was my turn the cashier acted confused...and said I need some change to the other cashier. I waited patiently while they broke quarters. Then he scanned my 2 PowerAdes and it rang up like $6.
I pointed out that they had a sign on the door they were selling them for 2 for $3.33 and feel free to check. He stammered and muttered for a full minute before he came back with a response which was, "Ok...that will be $4.59." I was like..."Sir...did you not hear me - I just said you have a sign on the door that it is 2 for $3.33." He looked even more confused and fumbled with the drawer and then asked the cashier to the left that he needed a correction. She seemed like she was a manager. I had 4 $1 bills on wanted to them to give me the exact correct change like most places do and was prepared to wait until they did.
He whispered to her the amount he thought it was and ignored what I said and when she came over and said I'm adding a discount. When she walked away he made no effort to adjust the amount and just handed me a few coins. I called him out on it and the line behind me was growing. He got mad and shouted aloud..."You make me sick....that's why I hate ** like you"....then walked away and said I'll take someone in the next line.
I told the other cashier. Having witnessed him act out she came over and corrected the correct change issue. I told her his behavior was inappropriate and he is not mature enough to work there and probably needs to be let go asap. She nodded in agreement, I got my correct change, walked out with my 2 Powerades and left. However, things could have gone very differently and I've witnessed violence from customers who responded when it was a moneygram or western union that involves a couple of hundred when the cashier was disrespectful.
I have heard of bad reviews from other patrons of gasbuddy and getupside of Circle K claiming they like to shortchange people so you gotta watch them like a hawk. I've also heard stories of when altercations break out between 2 immature ** minded people of any race. My goal was not to fight or have fired some saggy pants wearing young "boy" playing cashier who wasn't mature. However, I share this because I know of people who could potentially have jumped across that counter and put themselves, him and others at risk b/c once the irrational behavior line is crossed people often fail to think through consequences. Management, please do your best to screen against hiring hot heads that could cause more harm than good.
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