I have had a really weird experience?
Where I live you can get a wall-mart gift card and buy gas at a Murphy's gas station that takes 3 cents off a gallon so I got a $30.00 card. I went to the Murphy's gas station. There was no car ahead of me so I waited and it left. There was nothing else in front of me as I pulled up immediately, no one else around behind me. I put my card in and started to fill my car and just as I stopped a man appeared and said that I had taken HIS GAS! I didn't know what to do. He told me to mail him the money, gave me his out-of-town address and stupidly I gave him mine. However, I just could not see how I could have taken his gas when I didn't see him use a card in pump I had.
I went to the attendant and asked him what had happened. He was studdering about he didn't known what to do. Then the other man said "Well, I was on pump 8 but I think I said 1 but she still owes me money!'"
I need to know what to do. How am I responsible for his mistake? I don't know what category to put this in.
- WilliamLv 510 years agoFavourite answer
This is a classic type of con man behavior. You do not owe the man any money, In such a case the easiest solution is to offer to call a police officer to come and settle the dispute.
- ?Lv 44 years ago
this occurs to me now and returned. once you're approximately to pass to sleep your strategies sends a message on your physique telling you to upward push up and be alert. In return your physique makes a jolt. now and returned while this occurs i'm so shaken via it that my coronary heart races and that i even have self assurance i've got fallen off my mattress or been hit via something.
- Anonymous10 years ago
It doesn't sound paranormal - it sounds like someone was trying to scam you. I've heard this story before. You'd paid money for your gas - ITS NOT HIS and you don't owe him anything.
Maikel Y. Stellerfield