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Registered: ‎07-08-2008
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My Chevron/Texaco and Valero cards are about to expire.

   I got these 2 cards 3 years ago for emergency usage only. Although I stay near the Texas Gulf coast, I hope nothing ever happens. Now that they are about to expire (june and july) I'm wondering if I need to call them or if they are going to contact me. Does anybody have any Idea how Chevron(gemb) and Valero re-new your card/account?

I've been where you are trying to go and I don't wanna go back.
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Registered: ‎09-12-2010
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Re: My Chevron/Texaco and Valero cards are about to expire.

they will just send you a new card in the mail for your cards that are going to expire

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