Driving around in Bellevue a few days ago, I was enticed to make a u-turn into this gas station by their large blue signs of $3.64 per gallon for regular gas. I pulled in and swiped my card for the mid-prized gas, which I figured would be only 10-to-15cents more. The actual charge turned out to be $3.949 per gallon! Found out (too late) that this Chevron charges a surcharge for using credit card instead of cash. I expected this from ARCO, but not at a Chevron. Usually, at a Chevron station, what they advertise on their signs as the price is what you get at the pump when you use a credit card. As soon as I noticed the discrepancy, I stopped pumping gas, took my receipt and drove out of there vowing never to go back again. At the stop light on the corner, I did notice on their sign (in small letters, maybe with an asterisk) something about the price being good for cash payers only. Stupid disclaimers on gas station price signs...wtf? Who has time to read those when you're driving in traffic at 35mph? The Chevron station on the corner of 148th and 8th (just a few blocks north) posts the price they actually charge credit card payers. That's where the long lines are, no wonder.