CITGO Gas Stationrudeness

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I have been a loyal customer to this gas station ever since I was a teenager. A woman named Sandy used to own it. Ever since a foreigner bought it I have been subjected to rudeness. Case in point if you use a debit card it better be 5 dollars or more. If it isn't he complains that it is causing him 35 cents. WTF! Today I went to buy two drinks and a pack of smokes. My son wanted a icecream so I said okay hurry and pick one. I was not finished with my order when he went ahead a rang my order up then another woman got beside me and started telling him she wanted cigs. So he rang her order up. My son gave me the icecream and I put it on the counter with my debit card and he said you have 1. 75 Mind you I have told him I do not carry cash I said no. He pointed to the sign. I think this is extremely not right. I go in there all the time. He is very rude. I told him am I not a good cutomer? I've been going to this store since the woman owned it. I don't have to go to this store I can go to the one in Fox Valley. All over 35 cents, I think if he is so hard up that 35 cents is a big deal to him maybe he needs to get another JOB!!! Oh this has pissed me royally. I will start going to the gas station in Fox Valley who are happy to take my money no matter how much it is. P.s> My hubbie has had words with him also over this and refuses to go to that gas station

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