How to Contact Exxon Mobil Card Customer Service
Phone Number: 1-800-344-4355
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We recently bought Exxon in Glen Rock, NJ.(390 W. Maple Ave.) The guy filled our tank. We found out that he did not put any gas into our car. (more to the story but it’s too long). This happened a week ago. We found out when we took it for repairs that the tank is almost empty. It should be 3/4 full. Weird thing is – there is nothing on our credit card. BUT I don’t care about that. We could have run out of gas on the thruway. We’ve had snow and ice here this week. This is a safety issue. We thought out gas gauge was broken. Now we have to pay the mechanic for fixing something that he didn’t need to fix. What a mess. Unfortunately this station is not owned by XOM. It’s owned by a distributor.
I have lived in this house for 31 years and always buy my gas around the corner at 2395 W Commercial Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale, FL. I use my Mobil card and always request a receipt at the pump, but for some reason there is never any paper in the machine anymore and I have to dig out my cane and walk inside as I have a bad left foot. Why do you ask if we want a receipt if you never have paper to print it. The man inside was very smart and said he just worked there, come in the morning and talk to the manager. I hope you can do something with this station or I will need to go elsewhere. Thank you for your time.
Does Exxon Mobil have the following telephone number in its corporate system: 44-871-9741-012? And, does Exxon Mobil have a “Payment Officer” by the name of Rex Tillerson?
I believe I have received a fraudulent message claiming to be from Exxon Mobil Corporation, London W4 4PH, email address: email@example.com and a web address of firstname.lastname@example.org — you may wish to investigate inasmuch as someone is using the good name of Exxon Mobil to commit identity theft.
I have been a Mobil-Exxon credit card holder for many years and would seek out a Mobil/Exxon station to buy gas.Now that the double standard of cash or credit card prices have come into effect you are charging me for using your credit card at your stations. We get nothing in return for using the company card. Why should I continue to be a loyal customer?? I no longer seek out a Mobil/Exxon station. You give me nothing for being loyal. I now use my other credit cards which give me “perks” in return. I would like to know WHY you charge your card holders for using YOUR card??
By the way I did call once and was told this was not the policy. Who regulates the prices at your stations and who sets policy? I wonder if I will get an answer to these comments..