Nacogdoches, TX Gas Stations

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Helpful Reviews 
Crystal D. rated

Horrible place!! I went here out of convenience because it’s the only store open on my night shift. I witnessed someone shoplifting and my card was declined however I got a text alert showing that my card had in fact been charged, I showed the clerk this and he still didn’t give me the items I PURCHASED (unlike the other guy) he then told me to take it up with my bank... I’ll be calling the corporate office.

tx_traveler rated

Most horrible place I have ever been. The guy behind the counter was on the phone wouldn't pay attention and said I had to be 40 to buy age restricted items. I'm 30 with valid ID, I was just passing though this little town but I will never return to this Shell. The guy wouldn't even look at my ID because he said Cops were sending in kids with fake IDs, yeah too bad that is illegal and they wouldn't do that because the arrest wouldn't stick, its called entrapment. I do feel bad for the guy if he got a fine by selling items to underage people, here is a tip, get off the phone and pay attention to your job.