A California gas station manager lost his job after mistakenly setting a price for gas at 69 cents a gallon.
John Szczecina’s sister created a GoFundMe which raised more than $20,000 to pay off station owners.
“Even though it cost me my job, that’s fine. Because the truth is, you know, it’s my fault,” Szczina said.
Ex-Shell gas station manager John Schcicina is trying to repay his former employer, after he mistakenly priced premium gas at as low as 69 cents a gallon.
Szczecinna Shell Station in Rancho CordovaAnd the CaliforniaAnd the Customers sank when they mistook a decimal point of $6.99 a gallon of premium gas to 69 cents, According to CBS Sacrament
Before the bug was fixed after several hours, customers were doing it They flocked to the station To take advantage of the unintended deal amid rising gas prices. The mistake reportedly cost gas station sales $20,000 luck.
“I immediately thought that we had been robbed and was afraid that something terrible had happened to the cashiers,” Szczecin, who later lost his jobTell Washington Post. “Even though it cost me my job, that’s fine. Because the truth is, you know, it’s my fault.”
With the help of friends and family, the ex-manager is now trying to pay off a Shell gas station, it is said independently owned. The person who said they were Szccina’s sister, Paula Jackson, made a file GoFundMe That raised enough money to cover the damage. Szczecin and his sister make arrangements to return the money to Shell.
“He doesn’t have to pay it,” Jackson told the Washington Post. “But just the fact that he’s doing it and wants to do it shows a lot of character, honesty and responsibility, and I’m really proud of him for that.”
At press time, GoFundMe has exceeded its goal, raising at least TK, 000 dollars.
“We want to thank you all for your encouraging words and financial support! We’ve achieved our goal and are now in the process of arranging a refund,” the page said Friday. “We appreciate all of you kindness and generosity!”
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