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Sunday, March 09, 2008

Dixie Denning Gas, North Carolina

I recently terminated my propane gas service (i.e., i told them not to fill it anymore this season) on 2/15/2008; however to my dismay, they went ahead and filled my tank anyway on 2/27/2008, against my explicit wishes. I talked to them and they just laughed it off, "Well, I don't know what to tell you, we can't take the gas out! haha!"; and they said someone must have failed to tell the driver not to fill it. So my question is, what can I do? I feel that what they have done is illegal, forcing me to pay for something that I did not want or need. Thank you for your time.
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1 comment:

  1. It's understandable that you're frustrated with Dixie Denning Gas for filling your propane tank after you terminated your service. You have the right to terminate services at any time, and it's concerning that they disregarded your wishes. It's important to review the terms and conditions of your service agreement to see if there is any mention of early termination or cancellation fees. If you believe that they have acted illegally, you may want to consult with a lawyer or file a complaint with the North Carolina Attorney General's office. It's also worth contacting Dixie Denning Gas again to express your concerns and demand a refund for the propane that was delivered against your wishes.


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