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WEST PALM BEACH -- I have a new 750il that broke down after getting 20 gallons of premium at the following:

Chevron
1755 North Congress Avenue
West Palm Beach
Owned by K&F
Cell number is 561-856-1243

My car broke down 3 miles later. The dealer found very tainted gas that had a tremendous amount of oil in it. The state came in and found the same thing in the premium tank.

I tried to tell customers for 2 days before the state came in but their owner kept having the police chase me off.

I have photos of them actually pulling the oil out.

My repair bills are over $2,000 and counting. The owner told me that I need to SUE HIM to get my money. What a complete jerk!!!

I heard that 73 customers in Orlando had the same problem this week.

UPDATE: ENGINE IS BLOWN DUE TO THIS ISSUE. HAS TO BE REPLACED. NEW $84,000 CAR WITH A $10,000 REPAIR. THESE GUYS WILL NOT EVEN CALL ME BACK, AND CHEVRON CORPORATE SAYS IT IS NOT THEIR ISSUE.

CAN YOU BELIEVE IT? NOW I HAVE TO SHELL OUT THE CASH, HIRE A LAWYER, AND SUE.

DISGUSTING.

BOYCOTT CHEVRON!!!!!!!

THANKS FOR ALL THE FEEDBACK!


     
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Anonymous on 08/08/2008:
Get a copy of the state report and a receipt to prove you purchased gas at the time the fuel was contaminated. Then sue them for damages just like the owner said.
BobJohn on 08/08/2008:
Get all your documentation in order and take himto small claims court. Hurry before the other 73 people do it and he doesn't have any money left.
Sparticus on 08/08/2008:
Florida has a $5000 limit for small claims court. So looks like that is your best option!
Anonymous on 08/08/2008:
Have you contacted Chevron directly or just this service station? Even though the station is independently owned they do have to answer to Chevron in issues such as this.
I'd go to the very top of the chain on this.
Anonymous on 08/08/2008:
From the owner's mouth, to the judge's ear!! Sue him, today. With gasoline over $4/gal, there's a huge incentive for the bottom-feeders to adulterate it with used oil and other compounds. "How to turn your used oil into $4?" Dump it into the gasoline storage tanks...50gal of used oil equals $200 in 'gas'.
DigitalCommando on 08/08/2008:
Just a note to other readers, if you start to pump gas and the meter is moving very slowly (slower than your used to), stop and return the nozzle to the pump and go elsewhere. A slow meter means that the tanks are almost empty and the gas you are pumping in can contain high amounts of sediment that has settled to the bottom of the tank and can create severe havoc with today's vehicle fuel injection systems. If you see the gas truck there filling the tank, that's another sign to go elsewhere as the filling process mixes the sediment with all of the good gas until it has a chance to settle back down.
MRM on 08/08/2008:
Excellent advice, DC!
Harrycichy on 10/22/2008:
Chevron

In 2005 there was a massive explosion at the Buncefield oil depot at Hemel Hempstead Hertfordshire England on the 12 December 2008 will be the 3rd Anniversary of the fire & blast. Residents who lost their homes are still fighting for compensation from oil company Chevron, home in ruins.
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