This is in response to the person who wrote a letter to the editor (published in the Thursday, Oct. 7 edition of The Kerrville Daily Times) about being overcharged when using a debit card at a local gas station.

A word of caution about using a debit card at a gas station: There is greater risk of card compromise through a skimmer or other means. A compromised debit card could easily result in your entire bank account being drained before you realize it. I am not sure if the bank would cover the loss.

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