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You'll sometimes get charged more (depending on the station) because the station gets charged like 1 or 2% for each credit card charge they process.... and about paying off that balance every month...... It's not like it used to be regarding banks and credit cards anymore, it's a whole new ball game in this economy. For the last year I've read several articles in the Klamath Falls Times, Klamath Falls Times, Klamath Falls Mag., Fortune, blah blah blah plus all those "finance" show on cnbc about how several banks have full out dropped excellent customers who always paid on time and were customers for over a decade. They (several hundred thousand of them) were all mailed notices that they're line of credit will be closing in 28 days. Why? Because as far as the banks are now concerned....a customer that they can not make any money off of regardless of how great they pay their bills, in fact COSTS them money, ie: mailing statements, handling cust serv calls, printing new cards after theirs expired, etc...so they shouldn't be a customer of theirs. So, they were all dropped. The new advice for dealing with any banks regarding cc's is to in fact carry over a small manageable balance because it will at least appear that they (the banks) have the "potential" to make a buck of you at sometime in the future. I never did find out if all these customers filed a class action lawsuit because, a closed credit card (especially at the lenders request) does indeed have an effect on a consumers credit rating. Good luck with yours. PS. Please be aware that a brand new "Credit Card Act" goes into effect this very year and banks being banks are pulling every dirty trick in the book to get every penny out of anyone they can before it actually does: so you're aware.
Some gas stations have a separate costs for paying with cash and card.
Some stations give a discount for cash or debit. If there is no discount, I prefer to use my credit card. I, too, pay them off in full each month. Some rewards cards give you a 3% rebate on gas purchases so with them it is a slam-dunk.
At most gas stations, you are charged more (per gallon) for using credit cards