UK news Drivers left confused after paying £99 at Tesco, Asda and Sainsbury's pumps last minute news


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- Forecourts across the country charge a £99 pre-authorisation fee

UK news Drivers left confused after paying £99 at Tesco, Asda and Sainsbury's pumps last minute news


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- Forecourts across the country charge a £99 pre-authorisation fee

UK news Drivers left confused after paying £99 at Tesco, Asda and Sainsbury's pumps last minute news
06 August 2022 - 11:45

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! In the current climate going to fill up your car is a very expensive task and many people will be putting it off for as long as possible. However, some motorists have been leaving forecourts confused by how much they're being charged. The reason for this is that supermarket forecourts across the country charge a £99 pre-authorisation fee at the pumps. The rule was introduced by companies such as Asda, Tesco and Sainsbury's who decided to enforce the changes back in February - but not everyone was aware of the rules, reports Nottinghamshire Live. Up until now, drivers who paid at the pump were charged with a £1 transaction for the authorisation fee before the payment for the value of the fuel was then taken between one and three days later.

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. Read more: Cambs road closures and Guided Busway diversions to watch out for this weekend The actual amount will be deducted once the transaction is complete, which leads to the larger pre-authorisation fee being cancelled and the reserved funds transferred back into your account. One Facebook wrote: "Has anyone had any problems with Asda petrol station!! I went and got £40 worth of diesel and I’ve been charged £99 on my card!!!!" One disgruntled user said: "Just to make you aware as I know the ASDA self service petrol pumps have caused controversy on Retford info sites months ago. This morning at around 8am I filled up there and cost was £40, so I thought!!! "£99 authorisation payment needed." Visa and Mastercard said the new rule was introduced as a "pre-check" to help customers manage their budgets to ensure they have enough funds for their fuel. READ NEXT: Keep up-to-date with Cambridgeshire traffic and travel news Frank Perkins Parkway: Lorry collides with broken-down van on busy Peterborough road Driving test wait times in Cambridgeshire slammed as 'absolutely ridiculous' Spain tries to reassure British tourists £85 per day proof rule is 'not a new requirement' Have your say: Should electric scooters be allowed on the pavement?

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