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Old 02-06-2014, 08:32 AM   #1
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Zip Code at the Pump

This is for any Canadians using credit cards at the pump, what do you do when it asks foe your zip code
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Old 02-06-2014, 08:45 AM   #2
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Some pumps accept the numbers from your postal code followed by two 00
N1N 2N3 entered as 12300 Works in Apache Junction...
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Sometimes 99999 works! Otherwise use your debit card. The only other way I know of is to ask the cashier to open the pump for you but they almost always ask you to leave your credit card with them.

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Where we live we have a 4 digit postcode but in the US we punch in 00000 and it always works.
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Some pumps accept the numbers from your postal code followed by two 00
N1N 2N3 entered as 12300 Works in Apache Junction...
Thanks will give that a try
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Sometimes 99999 works! Otherwise use your debit card. The only other way I know of is to ask the cashier to open the pump for you but they almost always ask you to leave your credit card with them.

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Sometimes 99999 works! Otherwise use your debit card. The only other way I know of is to ask the cashier to open the pump for you but they almost always ask you to leave your credit card with them.

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I will NEVER leave my credit card but I will leave my drivers license. They will open the pump with that as security.
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K1V8T4 is my postal code. Always used 18400 up and down the eastern seaboard without an issue.
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