Fleetcor credit card hopes to cash in on their insufferable customer service practices for a big wall street payday. I guess that's how business works on wall street, maximize fees and penalties on credit card accounts, then the bigger profits result in a bigger IPO for the wall street wizards.
Fleetcor changed the due date on their Chevron Texaco billing statement to me last year without any kind of notice that was easy "to notice". The Chevron / Texaco bill would come in, I would pay it, and then suddenly one month I was late because fleetcor had surreptitiously moved the due date up almost 2 weeks.
After always having a due date of between the 7th and 8th of the month, suddenly the bill was due on the 24th of the month. However, when the bill first arrived in the mail, it arrived almost at the same of the month as it usually did.
Chevron Texaco Fleetcor had gone from a generous billing cycle to one that had only 2 weeks from the time they printed their bill to the time I had to have my payment in.
I will go into detail on another post how they tortured me back then over the changing of the due date, how I begged them to change it back because of personal family circumstances, and how they continue to harrass me on a daily basis now with calls from a Caribbean "customer service" asking for money I do not owe.
Once again, wall street gives it to main street and then expects a reward for doing it. I've started researching Fleetcor and what I see is old school macho wording and an arrogance to match. I know this kind of company. They simply use surreptitious "change in terms", what I call paper violence, to squeeze out as much profit as possible, then they pat themselves on the bank, presumably with huge bonuses taken off from their divisive customers service billing tactics.
Worst of all, Fleetcor revels in not identifying themselves when they harass customers or give shoddy "customer service", instead, they use the name of the company that they are "representing", and that is why this blog is called "Chevron is evil".
I pay EXTRA at the pump for using a Chevron Texaco Fleetcor credit card. If were to pay cash, I would go to Arco and SAVE five to ten cents per gallon. So the "perk" of having a Chevron Texaco Fleetcor gas card has been paid for, at the pump, at the time I fill up.
But that is not good enough for Chevron Texaco Fleetcor credit card. Fleetcor steps in with their myriad of old school credit card billing tricks, tricks that the consumer credit card industry had already moved away from even before the credit card reform act of 2009.
Fleetcor needs an enema.