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Hi guys. I’m So glad I read this. Long story short, I’m going back to the shell garage this morning to video myself attempting to make payment of £10 , yes 10 of your finest pounds Stirling to which I assume I will get a knock back. But out of principle , I cannot role over and pay a £6 so called admin fee. I’ve not contracted with them right ? I didn’t see the 8” x 6” signage above the pump as much as they didn’t see the signage on my dashboard with my terms and conditions and hourly fee for my time spent /wasted , and it’s a fair distance from £
Hello everyone. I had an appointment to attend to this morning so off I went in the car only to find it low on fuel. I popped a bit of fuel in and queued to pay. I didn't pay though because as you've already probably guessed I had forgotten my card. So, when I got to the counter I explained that I couldn't pay but I'll pop back in later once I get back and have collected my card. He said no, this isn't possible, I had to give my details and pay ForeCourt Eye instead. I said I wanted to make it clear I'm not refusing to pay and that I'd be back later
I've noticed this sign displayed in a few petrol stations recently, and would be interested in other member's views. Although I appreciate the problem of no-pay drive-aways, I don't think this is a proper or lawful way to address it. The purported 'contract' is badly written in a google-translate legal style, and in parts makes no sense at all. I dislike the hectoring tone, and the use of a Police image to imply official endorsement. And I don't think that the display of this notice creates a contract with effect or enforceability anyway. Firstly b