Tennessee man charged $85,000 for a tank of gas
I knew Obama's policies were bad. I just didn't realize how bad, I guess.
There were two instances, at least. It ended up being called an input error by the merchant.
Feel like gas prices are making a dent in your budget? Imagine how Ray Crockett felt when he received a bill for nearly $85,000 after filling his gas tank. Nashville's News Channel 5 reports that Crockett charged about $30 in gas from a local station to his Citibank debit card last week during a seemingly routine fill-up. "I stopped here because they had the cheapest gas at the time," Crockett told the station. But that's not what his bank statement showed. "$84,522.54 to be exact," Crockett said.