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Usually you have to click on a link to see the card. The number probably only identifies that it is the 12,345th one sent on a particular day. They then match it up with the selected design, name and message.

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some of the stations are independently owned by individuals but majority are owned and name was given by head members of GWE INC. in bloomfield new jersey. years back the name delta was given by owners of gwe but since they never trademarked the name "others" changed their station names to delta ...

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Answered: Can gas stations legally charge $2.00 more a gallon to use your credit

According to the law here, they can't charge a higher price for using credit, but they can give a discount for cash.
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