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Original review: June 14, 2018

I will NEVER go to the Sunoco Gas Station at 1165 E Alfred St, Tavares, FL again. Of course, run by ** out for a quick buck. They overcharge, they charge you for things you don't get, and will argue with you when you request your money back. They are dirty, and have a nasty disposition. If your bold enough to purchase your lunch there, be prepared to spend the afternoon in the bathroom. Good luck to you, if I had a choice, my vote would be 0. They have stolen their last dollar from me. I hope this blog protects at least one person from getting ripped off by these jerks. Avoid at all cost, plenty of gas stations to choose from.

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Original review: March 29, 2018

I got gas at the Sunoco station (100 Bellevue Road Pittsburgh) near my job yesterday. Put about $10 in the tank. Without telling me or giving me a chance to say, "NO ** way," they charged me a separate fee of $1.99. I didn't know it until I checked my account online. That really sucks. I will not buy gas from Sunoco again. Really shady business practice. Much easier to drive a couple blocks to get gas where this does not happen.

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Original review: March 21, 2018

I just bought gas at the Sunoco station at 104 Chula Brookfield Rd. Chula, Georgia and I selected the 87 octane without looking at the price. After I pumped, I saw I paid 3.199/gallon. One mile down the road, 87 octane costs 2.45 at the Citgo and 13 miles further north at the next Sunoco station, gas is 2.32. The other guy pumping gas also got scammed and he said that's probably why the price sign wasn't on. If it said 3.19, less people would stop in so if the light is off and someone pumps gas, they can't complain. I talked to people and they tell me this has been happening for more than a month. Well, Sunoco already has my voicemail and the Georgia attorney general is gonna get a call and I think I'm gonna put an ad in the local paper.

2 people found this review helpful
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Original review: Oct. 19, 2017

I was humiliated when your cashier accused me of having something in pocket. Showed her it was money. She told me, "I have no idea." Asked her if she would like to check. She finally said no. I go there at least twice a day. 50 yrs old. Will not shop there again. Very disrespected and embarrassed. Store full of people. Looking for legal action.

3 people found this review helpful
Original review: July 15, 2017

Today was the second time in Central Ohio that I came across a Sunoco Gas Station with signs up 'No Public Restroom'. What is it with this chain, the locations do have physical Restrooms, but do not allow use for their Customers?! I even asked "can I buy something, other than putting gas in?" They will not allow you to use their facilities. Is that even legal?! I mean, if it wasn't illegal and a public offense - I don't have a problem with Nature. Shouldn't that be a human right?!

2 people found this review helpful
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Original review: Feb. 12, 2016

I have been a loyal customer for 25 years. In Jan 2016, my bank was switching over to a new system, and my payment was 3 days late. Sunoco Credit decided to reduce my credit limit. I called the customer service and explained what had happen, and they could not help. I also had my bank on the phone to explain what had happen. The Customer Service Rep said, their computer system control their increase and decrease. Overall, I'm thinking about leaving Sunoco after 25 years.

7 people found this review helpful
Original review: Jan. 21, 2016

Went to the Sunoco on 25 and they always have horrible customer service/employees. My last visit I went in and they always have someone new working there but they made a comment that was very disrespectful and demeaning. I will not return and tell people not to go there. I wouldn't give it a star out of 5 stars. Awful.

7 people found this review helpful
Verified Reviewer
Original review: Nov. 15, 2015

I always stop at Sunoco gas station 7759 at 2000 Edgerton, Broadview Heights, Ohio to fill up my tank. Last two times on Oct 30 and Nov 13 I had very bad experience. The cashier named ** was very rude and unprofessional. I always get big printed receipt for fuel but she lied to me they don't have it. I asked for a manager and finally I got the receipt. She wrote a transaction time even I asked NOT to do that. I told I never come back to this gas station, she said she doesn't care.

Second time it happened again with the same cashier **. I asked manager's phone number and she gave me her own phone number and answer it when my dispatcher called to complain. Later somebody called back pretending to be a manager and didn't give his name. This situation was pathetic. Somebody have to investigate this. I'm very disappointed and never come here again.

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5 people found this review helpful
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Original review: March 6, 2015

I purchased a vehicle from the dealership on 2/11/15 and after running the fuel out I stopped at Sunoco at 285 Christiana Rd New Castle DE on 2/15/15, filled my tank up, drove home. The next day my check engine light came on and had water in tank.

16 people found this review helpful
Original review: Feb. 2, 2015

Sunoco Gas Station, 6855 Dorchester Road North Charleston, SC, (843) 552-4998. The stupid ** thinks that her problem with me means I can't shop there. I told a clerk in training, "I don't have time for you to be figuring it all out. I need two Full Throttle drinks and $8 in gas for the other guy out there by Pump 3. Today. Now." And the head peon refused me service, so the guy needing the gas had to come in and pay.

Next time I went in she said, "You need to leave" like she actually had something to say to me. So I threw the money on the counter and made it clear that if I wanted something from her store I'd take it and she needed to count herself lucky if I paid for it. I have been throwing money at her while she calls 911 for 9 months now.

This is big fun for me. I don't get my mail where I really live, I live in a different jurisdiction than the police she's always snitching to and as long as I see fit to leave money, she has no "theft/shoplifting" complaint against me. And the whole problem is, as a customer, I was well within my rights to tell the slow-moving clerk, trainee or not, that I didn't have time to waste.

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7 people found this review helpful
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Original review: Oct. 1, 2014

On 9/24/14 I purchased gas at a Sunoco station using my debit card inside of the store. I initially purchased $50.00 but my tank filled at $36.83. I reentered the store to ask for the change from the $50.00 and the cashier instructed me that the funds will be put on my card within 24 hours. I returned to the store on 9/28/14 to inform the cashier that the funds were not yet returned to my account. The cashier stated I would need to speak to the corporate office, then I asked for the store manager and was instructed to leave my contact information for them to contact me.

I did not receive a call from a manager so I returned to the store on 9/30/14. The cashier called the manager and I was asked to leave a copy of the receipts that I received when I purchased the gas which I did and once again no one called me. I returned to the store on 10/1/14. I once again spoke with a cashier who called the manager who said that she received a copy of the receipts but I need to contact corporate. I asked why did I have to contact corporate for a refund instead I will go to court and the manager said that she will contact corporate about the issue. As of yet I have not received a refund or a resolution to this dilemma.

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6 people found this review helpful
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Original review: April 7, 2014

I have been to this Sunoco on Fire Rd in EHT several times with nothing but bad experiences. They over pump gas and try to charge you for the gas you did not ask for. I stopped going to this station due to the service. I recently obtained a job in the area and recently had to continue to go to this station. My gas pump takes a little longer to pump than others with my new car. They have continued to make me pump my own gas at the pump and refused while screaming in front of my children. I will no longer return to this company ever. I have heard from other customers the same horrible treatment. I would rather go out of my way 15-20 min in the morning than to be mistreated and for my children to witness.

6 people found this review helpful
Original review: Nov. 25, 2013

Sunoco gas station Rt 34 Holmdel 11/20 3.99. All gas stations charging 3.07 to 3.17.

5 people found this review helpful
Original review: Nov. 6, 2012

They had sign showing gas is $3.69 but when you get to the pumps, after waiting for 2 hours, $4.23 a gallon. Not fair!

7 people found this review helpful
Original review: Nov. 2, 2012

ALERT: Price-gouging at Sunoco gas station on intersection of Arthur Kill and Armstrong Roads in Staten Island, NY. They're charging $5+ for an already-inflated $3.89 gallon of gas.

6 people found this review helpful
Original review: March 15, 2012

Sunoco has changed their billing, trying to confuse you enough; so you cannot pay them off each month. They are trying to confuse customers, so they may attempt to collect interest on their cards. The new billing is so confusing that I have to go online to see how much I owe. I do not want to pay them interest.

2 people found this review helpful
Original review: Oct. 9, 2011

The credit card receipt does not show what kind of gas was dispensed. On three visits, I asked for a high test but I did not know if I got it. It is the only gas station that I have this experience with.

4 people found this review helpful
Original review: Sept. 20, 2011

I feel like I'm being ripped off every time I go to the Sunoco Gas and Grocery store at 3065 Hamburg St. Schenectady, NY (merchant H336653364001). I purchased 2 Monster (16 oz.) drinks at $3.49 each and 2 Heinekens (16 oz.) Beers at $3.99 each. After I left there, I stopped in Hess Gas and Groceries on Curry Road to see what their prices were on these items. The Beer was $1.00 each less and the Monster $0.49 each less. Why only a few blocks up the street am I being price gouged by Sunoco?

4 people found this review helpful
Original review: Sept. 19, 2011

I wrote a check for $62.06. The cashier keyed $640.06.

I was told to wait 2 weeks for refund. I went to the bank, paid $30 to stop payment.

Sunoco reimbursed us $30. After we could write a check manually, they would take it. They were able to withdraw $640.06 anyway. We paid the $64.06 in cash. After we called, they reimbursed our account, but we couldn't use our account through the Telecheck machines or manually. Four days later, they withdrew $64.06. I went to Sunoco and they reimbursed it. But to this day, we cannot use our checking account anyplace that Telecheck is used, which is every place we shop for gas, food and clothes.

We can't use our checking account.

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5 people found this review helpful
Original review: March 4, 2011

The problem is their price gouging on gasoline. I believe it's against the law to raise their prices until they get a new delivery. They are raising their prices for the same gasoline they already have in their tanks and paid for. It's not costing them anything more. I know they do this at all their country stores. There gas includes Sunoco and Valero. I know because I used to work for them; at one time we raised the price five or six times before a delivery.

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Original review: Oct. 1, 2010

I called this company because I had heard these were honest mechanics. I asked if they were GM certified to work on a car covered by a warranty. They said, "Bring it up. Yes, we are." I did. I was charged for a tow, charged for diagnostics scan (which I already supplied the codes for from Valvoline automotive center). I was charged for this guy to tell me he didn't know what it was but it may be my engine, knew that when I took it there. Well they said they didn't want to jump through hoops to get the warranty to pay for that. I said, "Fine, I want my car." Will pay dealership because already I was cheated. I went to pick up my car, parts were thrown in my trunk. I asked to speak to the owner. He then came out and said, "You're going to have to take them off anyways" and slammed them on the ground. I said, "Hey, what are you doing?" My wife said, "Please be careful" and he said, "I know how to do my ** job." I told him to leave the parts. He slammed the remainder down and called the police on me because at that point I threatened to not pay the charges, period.

The police came and I was forced to pay the charges but was told by the police sheriff from New Carlisle, Ohio that in order to remove my car, I had to. I did pay in full. The police sheriff then told me that this has happened many times before, not to ever bring my car here and to file in small claims court which I am also doing now. I do not want to see this happen to anyone else. I was lied to regarding what types of services could be rendered, lied to about what was rendered and then treated extremely unprofessionally by the owner of this establishment. My main concern is not money at this time. I want to ensure that this does not ever happen to another consumer in this area. Economic times are hard and people are so afraid to spend money. This is the perfect example of a business taking advantage of an honest hard working consumer who only expects what is paid for in a professional manner.

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3 people found this review helpful
Original review: March 13, 2010

I have been a member of the Coast Guard Auxiliary for 10 years. My boat has been a facility for 9 years. It is only used for auxiliary use. I have logged many hours on the water. In the past 5 years, I have bought gas only at one station, Sunoco station. I never had a problem with my boat. About a year ago, when they changed to ethanol, I started having problems. I had the carburetors worked on two times and I rebuilt them the last time myself (six Carbs). I noticed my fiber glass gas tank was starting to crack and blister. I had to cut out the tank and replace it. The inside of the tank had crystallized and dissolved the rosin in the tank. You can see lines in the fiberglass where the fuel levels had been.

I have been talking to the boat shops, motorcycle and lawn equipment business around here and they all are having problems. I went to the paper and a reporter was going to look in to it but I lost 2 of my best businesses supporting me. I have documented pictures and parts and about 5 gallon of gas with rosin still in it. PLEASE, PLEASE call me and let's talk. I was in the lawnmower business in the '70s when they first started this and you could tell every motor that has used ethanol in it. I will give you all the help I can. I have other people in the Auxiliary that has had problems also. SOMETHING HAS TO BE DONE ABOUT THIS PROBLEM.

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3 people found this review helpful
Original review: Nov. 21, 2009

Went there to get gas. Price posted on sign was $2.37 per gallon (regular). That was cash price. And they had a credit price posted of $2.43 per gallon. I ask for $10.00 regular and put it on my debit card. I noticed he was giving me the gas at the credit price. I questioned it and he said to me, paying by debit card is the same as paying with a credit card. I said to him, NO it’s not, that paying by debit card is the same as paying for cash. He said, if it’s not paper money then its credit.

That gas station has nothing posted about using a debit card. I feel I wasn't treated fairly. This service station I feel is performing a type of bait and switch. They post a good price for regular, but the only prices posted were for cash and credit. And this last I was at another service station, using a debit card for payment was considered paying as cash, mainly due to the fact that the money automatically from your account.

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3 people found this review helpful
Original review: Oct. 19, 2009

This mini-mart does not show prices on register when you are paying. It is blanked out. I believe this is against the law. They have been doing this for at least a year now. I asked several times about it and the owners were quite rude. I think they are overcharging the consumers.

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Original review: May 9, 2009

On my way home from working in Atlantic City on May 9, 2009 @ 12:08 pm, I pulled in to Absecon Sunoco as their price for gas was $1.97. There were approximately 8 vehicles including myself getting gas. I waited approx. 12 minutes before it was my turn. I pulled up to the pump, turned off my car and asked to please fill it up with regular. I handed the attendant my credit/debit card. As I waited for my car to fill, I noticed another attendant go over to their sign and proceeded to change their price from $1.97/gallon to $2.07/gallon. I thought to myself, oh, I guess they're changing the price as it was I and 2 other vehicles remaining. I looked at the pump and noticed that my price was now $2.07/gal.

I politely asked the attendant, "Can you tell me what price I just paid?" He ignored me. I once again said, "Excuse me, I am asking you a question!" He looked at me & said, "Have nice day, ma'am." I again asked, "How much did I just pay for my gas?" He looked at the pump and said, "$2.07. Have nice day." I asked, "How can that be? I've waited inline for 10 or so minutes for $1.97/gal." He TOTALLY ignored me at that point and proceeded to walk away. Another man at the other pump said, "Well, it still says $1.97 over on this side," but within seconds he said, "Nope, now it's $2.07. I'm taking a picture of this. " I then told the attendant that I was going to report them and drove off.

I feel COMPLETELY violated as I was not EVEN given the choice of price. I waited in line. The signs EVERYWHERE were CLEARLY $1.97 on the signs, pumps, etc. Had I known what the price was I would have proceeded to the next 3 or 5 gas stations that were priced lower than $2.07/gal. How can a station begin filling your tank advertising one price & before you're finished, the price changes??? For me, it is MORE the PRINCIPLE of the matter rather than the $.10 difference. This was blatant "robbery" as I sat there defenseless.

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Original review: March 27, 2009

Had vehicle towed towed to service station for brake and suspension work to be performed. Was given estimate and I gave okay for the work to be completed. Picked up vehicle and noticed a violent vibration in steering wheel and front end that was not present prior to delivery. Notified them that it was unsafe to drive and told them to tow it back so they could fix the problem. Was notified problem was solved and picked up vehicle again. Same problem in which vehicle was shaking, vibrating, almost where I couldn't hold the steering wheel. Had them tow it back again.

Meanwhile, I am in a rental and 10 days have passed. They inform me that my wheels are damaged and I must have known this prior to bringing my vehicle in their shop. I was not aware of this. They also informed me that the vehicle was not given a road test due to registration sticker was missing. Invoice states road test was given. Discussed this with service manager and he basically starts discussing court cases where it's my word against yours. Notified AAA about situation. Inspectors found no signs of damage done by the repair shop.

Four weeks pass and I am still in a rental and repair shop has my vehicle. AAA states since no damage was done by station even though there may be an issue of improper assessment that they will not cover my rental fees nor tow service. Talk with service manager and he states he wants me to pay for towing and that I knew about damaged tire prior to bringing vehicle in shop. Once again he basically states, "It's your word against mine." Seeing that I have very little money left to pay for my rental car, I quoted another repair station to replace and inspect my wheels. I then paid for the additional towing fees that they had assessed and picked up my vehicle which is still not road ready.

It's my opinion that if the station was unable to properly road test vehicle to assure repairs were completed that then I should have been notified and not given the vehicle with assurance that everything was in order and running fine. Then if I was notified of wheel damage, then I could have made a decision on whether to have them replace the wheels or some other alternative. I didn't appreciate having the car towed twice back to the shop. Only after then did the service manager state the wheels were damaged and that I must have known about this. Basically he accused me of lying to him!!!! Why would I lie or withhold that to him? All I wanted was a working vehicle. Now I have to pay for a fifth week of car rental fees, not to mention the additional cost of repairs. Vehicle was then taken to another repair service and they fixed the vibration by simply rebalancing the tires.

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Original review: Feb. 2, 2009

I received an offer for job like payment agent from Mr. ** in Sunoco Cun Oil Company Ltd, Trusty Kojimachi bldg, Kojimachi Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo102-0083 Japan. He send me a money order of 2,350 and my commission was 10% in January 21st. The sender of the check was Michael **, ** Philadelphia, PA 19118. I deposited the check. They put a hold to my account in order to wait that the check be clear. In January 28, I called the bank and the money was available. I took the money and sent those fund to Tamie **, ** England, United Kingdom, and now the bank said me that my account is negative because the check was returned unpaid. I am scared.

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Original review: Dec. 3, 2008

I brought my truck to be repaired 1-25-08 for stalling, bucking. I paid $559.40 that day, drove home and parked it. I'm less than a mile away. For 2 months I'm trying to get in touch with the mechanic, Neil, who worked on it, leaving messages stop by or call. Never allowed to set up an appointment. Feb. 2 when I went looking for him, Max who does ins. stickers tells me he will be out for the week, so I get a sticker. Next time I go in, Max says he's moving, he'll be out another week. I explain my truck is still broken, I need my truck to work.

I am on SSDI. I need to get my doctor's appts. I don't want to go chasing a mechanic, the only one they have. Finally in April, I stop by again. He's surprised to know my truck doesn't work. He just says I never get my messages. 4-15-08, he does more work, I pay more, even though it's for the same exact problem. It still doesn't work! I go back the very next day. I had just paid another $112.55. He told me to come back on Monday. I did and over the weekend, he had packed all his tools, gave no notice and quit!!

I told Max, "My truck is still not working, what am I going to do?" I was told I would have to come back when they find a replacement. So again I'm chasing them. My truck is in terrible shape. They hire a fill in. Again they work on it. Again it doesn't work, but I pay more money. All I want is my truck to work. I'm scared to even drive it. After 2 half weeks grab my strength and go back. They have hired a new mechanic. I'm told he has worked on jet planes, I think in the service. I'm not driving a jet but the owner was back from wherever he had been. He doesn't worry.

I should have. 6-6-08 I paid $482.50, still doesn't work. Back again I go, Annibel the mechanic tells me to just keep putting Sunoco gas in and use fuel injector cleaner at every fill for about 6 weeks. Didn't work. At this, I'm done with them. They have no idea what's wrong. I take my truck to my former mechanic 25 miles away. He had it for 3 weeks but he found and fixed the problem. I haven't had any problems since but I paid $697.20 to get it done right. But I believe I'm entitled to a full refund. They misdiagnosed from the beginning, were not timely made, and I kept being charged for work that never fixed the problem. They are not abiding by their own warranty. The other mechanic I brought it to is actually another Sunoco. It states that I brought it in for stalling and bucking. It ended up being a short to oxygen sensor.

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Original review: June 11, 2008

My husband has a 2003 Dodge Pickup Truck and weekly fills his gas tank at this gas station. His engine light went on and he went to Goodyear in North Dartmouth, MA and after 2 hours of checking, found that the gas in his vehicle is contaminated. My husband put $60 of gas in on Monday. Today is Wednesday. GoodYear is not sure what could incur in the future to the vehicle. The owner hung up on me when we called to dicuss the situation.

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Original review: May 13, 2008

I've been filling up with Sunoco gasoline. My husband, Edwin, my two sons, Joel and Eliot and I, myself,... we all noticed that our gasoline for the week does not take us the miles we used to put in the past. It cut down miles and we need to fill up again. My car doesn't run as usual. I feel there is something wrong for Sunoco gasoline .

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