From: Noodle on
Hello.

What do the big chain Petrol Stations do when a person "drives off"
without paying for petrol?

I know they *CAN* do a lot of things - call Police, etc.

But what *DO* they actually do?

What are Caltex's policies in NSW?

What are Mobil's policies in NSW?

What are BP's policies in NSW?

What are Shell's policies in NSW?

What is the actual name of the Form they fill in to send to their HQ,
verbatim?

Do staff just "write it off" at the end of their shift?

They are all different.

Can someone who actually works at a petrol station please describe the
details of their written policies? For instance, it is a fact that
Caltex policy is to ignore the theft if the amount is $10 or less.
What about their other competitors? Any other things like this?

Also, what do NSW Police actually do about petrol theft below $50?
Since 2007, NSW Police have been told to stop chasing shoplifters less
than $300. So, do they also ignore petrol theft less than $300?
Again - not what they *CAN* do, but they actually *do* do in practice,
in the real world, please.

Much appreciated,

Noodle.
From: Scotty on

"Noodle" <oznoodle(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
news:767ee154-3f06-4b2b-8fe5-9d91cd278947(a)j14g2000yqm.googlegroups.com...
: Hello.
:
: What do the big chain Petrol Stations do when a person "drives off"
: without paying for petrol?
:
: I know they *CAN* do a lot of things - call Police, etc.
:
: But what *DO* they actually do?
:
: What are Caltex's policies in NSW?
:
: What are Mobil's policies in NSW?
:
: What are BP's policies in NSW?
:
: What are Shell's policies in NSW?
:
: What is the actual name of the Form they fill in to send to their HQ,
: verbatim?
:
: Do staff just "write it off" at the end of their shift?
:
: They are all different.
:
: Can someone who actually works at a petrol station please describe the
: details of their written policies? For instance, it is a fact that
: Caltex policy is to ignore the theft if the amount is $10 or less.
: What about their other competitors? Any other things like this?
:
: Also, what do NSW Police actually do about petrol theft below $50?
: Since 2007, NSW Police have been told to stop chasing shoplifters less
: than $300. So, do they also ignore petrol theft less than $300?
: Again - not what they *CAN* do, but they actually *do* do in practice,
: in the real world, please.
:
: Much appreciated,
:
: Noodle.

Why dont you ask them? Find a freindly operator and ask him/her. Noones going to tell you their
actual policy as a lot are privately or franchise owned.


From: Milton on

" Scotty" <scoter1(a)warmmail.com> wrote in message
news:4b5213e1$0$5423$afc38c87(a)news.optusnet.com.au...
>
> "Noodle" <oznoodle(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:767ee154-3f06-4b2b-8fe5-9d91cd278947(a)j14g2000yqm.googlegroups.com...
> : Hello.
> :
> : What do the big chain Petrol Stations do when a person "drives off"
> : without paying for petrol?
> :
> : I know they *CAN* do a lot of things - call Police, etc.
> :
> : But what *DO* they actually do?
> :
> : What are Caltex's policies in NSW?
> :
> : What are Mobil's policies in NSW?
> :
> : What are BP's policies in NSW?
> :
> : What are Shell's policies in NSW?
> :
> : What is the actual name of the Form they fill in to send to their HQ,
> : verbatim?
> :
> : Do staff just "write it off" at the end of their shift?
> :
> : They are all different.
> :
> : Can someone who actually works at a petrol station please describe the
> : details of their written policies? For instance, it is a fact that
> : Caltex policy is to ignore the theft if the amount is $10 or less.
> : What about their other competitors? Any other things like this?
> :
> : Also, what do NSW Police actually do about petrol theft below $50?
> : Since 2007, NSW Police have been told to stop chasing shoplifters less
> : than $300. So, do they also ignore petrol theft less than $300?
> : Again - not what they *CAN* do, but they actually *do* do in practice,
> : in the real world, please.
> :
> : Much appreciated,
> :
> : Noodle.
>
> Why dont you ask them? Find a freindly operator and ask him/her. Noones
> going to tell you their
> actual policy as a lot are privately or franchise owned.

Better still, ask OzOne or Sylvia.

From: OzOne on
On Sun, 17 Jan 2010 08:36:25 +1000, "Milton" <millame23(a)yahoo.com>
wrote:


>
>Better still, ask OzOne or Sylvia.

Apparently when I reply to you, I'm talking to myself....BUT, I know
nothing of drive offs other than seeing a few and hearing attendants
discuss having the number plate or a picture of the vehicle.

What they do with it, I have no idea.




OzOne of the three twins

I welcome you to Crackerbox Palace.
From: Milton on

<OzOne(a)Crackerbox-Palace.com> wrote in message
news:6uf4l5lsce4rg5qve1n3385n21vbg305el(a)4ax.com...
> On Sun, 17 Jan 2010 08:36:25 +1000, "Milton" <millame23(a)yahoo.com>
> wrote:
>
>
>>
>>Better still, ask OzOne or Sylvia.
>
> Apparently when I reply to you, I'm talking to myself....BUT, I know
> nothing of drive offs other than seeing a few and hearing attendants
> discuss having the number plate or a picture of the vehicle.
>
> What they do with it, I have no idea.
>
>
>
>
> OzOne of the three twins
>
> I welcome you to Crackerbox Palace.

Thanks, now I'll sit back and be entertained as your credibility is again
pulled apart, even if you are telling the truth.