Shocking The tricks petrol attendants use to get steal your money have been revealed

Shocking The tricks petrol attendants use to get steal your money have been revealed

We should aim to find common ground with everyone we meet. However, in the course of our daily lives, we encounter a great many amazing people whom we will only see once or twice and with whom we will never cross paths again. People working at gas stations are visible. It may come as a shock, but not all of them can be trusted, and some will even resort to using dirty tricks to scam you out of your money.

Therefore, I have created a list of methods commonly used by gas station attendants to swindle consumers to protect you from such clues. Without proper education, you run the risk of falling prey to their schemes.

A lot of us have to fill up our tanks before the end of the month, either because we’ve run out of gas or because we’ve reached the limit of our allotted gas budget. One of the most common scams in the industry might happen to you while you’re getting gas.

Instead of filling the tank all the way up, only fill it halfway. Avoiding this pitfall will allow you to spend more and enjoy perks like those listed below.

Many drivers don’t realize that the petrol filler has a “think” button. By using this option, you can record as many as 10 different financial transactions. To illustrate, let’s say you’re shelling out R1,000 every month on gas.

The gas station clerk, however, recalls past transactions involving 500 Rand and continues there. Your tank will receive 500 instead of the requested 1,000. What follows are some additional details for your perusal.

A gas station’s nozzle return device will often be reset to zero when you return the nozzle. Some workers gently shift the nozzle’s position such that it no longer presses the reset button, in contrast to the more robust approach taken by others. This means that the current refill will be continued when they begin filling once more. The details of the fraud are provided below.


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