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by Wsamson7121  Feb 14, 2014

When posting prices, please do not create duplicates such as the Safeway gas station in Campbell. I've noticed that you've posted almost on a daily basis. I would appreciate if you would just update the price/s. Thanks.

by onstar2100  Oct 18, 2013

When reporting prices for stations in areas that have different prices based on method of payment, we ask that you post the cash price where it exists.

by Calinda0530  Jul 11, 2013

Today is our mutual buddy Tomeboy's birthday. I am throwing him a whiteboard birthday party. Please stop by his WB and leave him a message. I hope you can participate; if anyone is worthy of kind remarks, he certainly is. Thank you.

by Gastronic  Jun 22, 2013

Posting Cash/Credit Prices. Differences in cash/credit prices are common in some areas as a result of stations needing to offset the additional costs of credit/debit transactions. When reporting prices for stations in areas that have different prices based on method of payment, we ask that you post the cash price where it exists. Because GasBuddy is intended to help our users find the lowest prices, in areas where cash/credit prices are applicable, ultimately the cash price is the lowest price. If the station does not offer a cash price, then the standard price should be reported. The Comments field may be used to include a note about cash/credit prices, but this is not required. [example] 3.50 Valero 123 Main St & Cross St (credit +5c)

by reeneedan  Jan 12, 2012

well with the legal tax loopholes and other tax breaks they get their tax rate is about is about 5% or lower (in 2009 Exxon payed less than 1%in income tax) while the middle class averages about 15%

by Cuzilla  Jan 12, 2012

How much is big oil's "fair" share?

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