Got £60 of petrol today, put card in reader, don't think I was charged. Watch

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You would've been charged because you'd need your card in to even authorise the pump
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(Original post by Cll_ws)
Not petrol related - but I got told once by somebody that I know who works in Mcdonalds that if you leave you card in the card reader for long enough after it says "remove card" the transaction won't actually go through.
Although I imagine it'd be a little awkward standing there for as long as you possibly can after you've been given your food and there's a queue behind you
I'm the type of gullible idiot who would probably fall for this hahahah
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The fact that the machine don't offer any receipt back.


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This happened to me Exactly.
Thank You.
I have kept my receipt also! *??
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(Original post by Kerry.Lou)
This happened to me Exactly.
Thank You.
I have kept my receipt also! *??
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Does this happen with Lloyds accounts x
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(Original post by Abbeyshez)
Does this happen with Lloyds accounts x
It happens with any bank account - that's how offline cards work.
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