Keep your sales receipt for the gas you purchased. Write down the name and address of the gas station, date, grade of gas and price paid per gallon of gas.
Go to the official website of the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG). (See Resource 1) Locate the map of the United States on the NAAG home page and move your cursor over the state where the cheating gas station is located to find the contact information for the Attorney General.
Call, email or write a letter to the Attorney General to report the gas station where price gauging was evident. Include the contact and price information accumulated in Step 1.
Fill out a complaint form online at the website of your state's consumer complaint board or department of commerce to report gasoline price-gouging.
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