Beware When Buying Fuel From Allied Fuel Stations: Read How I Was Nearly Scammed By A Pump Attendant At the Lashibi/Sakumono Allied Fuel Station

Beware When Buying Fuel From Allied Fuel Stations: Read How I Was Nearly Scammed By A Pump Attendant At the Lashibi/Sakumono Allied Fuel Station

There have been many speculations that fuel attendants in Ghana have a way of charging drivers more than the fuel they actually pump into their cars—ranging from the filling of cars with air to they lying to you about the actual amount they pump into your car.

According to Caroline T, she had a shocking experience at the Lashibi/Sakumono Allied Fuel Station—and she thinks all readers of CustomerDiscuss.Com should take note to avoid falling for the same trick.

The good news is that, she actually fought her way to getting the right done but if she had not done so, she would have beautifully been scammed.

Check below for how she detailed her experience…

I drove to Allied Fuel station, the one on the Lashibi/Sakumono untarred road to Sakumono traffic light.

I was buying Ghc100 worth of of fuel. The fuel attendant didn’t know I was checking from the side mirror of my car.

The machine got to Ghc80.1, he then pressed P1 on the machine and it quickly jumped to Ghc100. I got furious and jumped out of the car…

Oh boy, initially he was denying it until I told him; “herrr don’t push me” because I know your boss and you can loose your job before the day ends.

After this, strangely the meter jumped back to the previous ghc80.1 and we continued from there to my Ghc100.

Response from the Bakery to ‘Allied Fuel Stations’ team

We are waiting to see if they will have anything reasonable to say to this…

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Customer service in Ghana and most parts of Africa is the crappiest we’ve ever come across; as if Ghanaians or Africans use mango leaves to pay for services. The broadband never works, the electricity is never on, the water never flows—and the waitress can keep you waiting for your food until hunger kills your buds.

The real pain is, you have no alternative to turn to—because, like a gang of fools, they are all the same.

Almost every service and product delivering company in Africa has it butt in the faces of customers, farting uncontrollably because the customer cannot really do anything.  Mostly, if you quietly complain, they do nothing and if you are unlucky, they tell you to go f**k off.

Consumers have no voice, not even individual voices—let alone a collective one to force any sort of change.

So we’ve started this website-CustomerDiscuss.Com, supported by GhanaCelebrities.Com and other platforms, dedicated to corporate and public Africa, especially Ghana—-it’s time we shame some of these companies, tear down their lousy services, help them to lose customers and force them to do what’s right.

If you have a complaint about your telecom company, internet provider, a restaurant, your bank or even your church, shoot an email to us via; [email protected] or call/whatsapp 00447961817712.

When you go to a restaurant and you are served in a broken plate or on a dirty table, just take some photos and send them to us with the needed details.

Together, we can get these people to be accountable and importantly, do what’s expected of them.


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Customer Service
2out of 5
Response Received from this Business
2out of 5


0.5 out of 5
Very Poor

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