Rick Hudnett recently pulled into a Chevron station near his home in Orlando. He wishes he hadn’t.
The $2.41 price per gallon was a few cents lower than average, so he assumed he had found a bargain. And he did, except for one teensy detail. When he swiped his credit card, Hudnett saw that the rate had jumped to $2.45. He asked an employee why.
“The clerk mentioned that the rate advertised is only for those who have a Chevron credit card,” says Hudnett, a marketing executive based in Orlando. “Once he pointed out the tiny sentence under the read more >>>
Source : HuffingtonPost.Com