|Published:||Nov 26, 2010 12:14 AM EST|
|Updated:||Nov 25, 2010 9:13 PM EST|
FORT MYERS, FL- BP owner Amit Roy says, " The month of June, here it comes, big shot, 26 thousand dollar loss."
More than 50 thousand dollars in lost revenue, BP station owner Amit Roy says, the direct result of the BP oil spill.
He says customers boycotted his store and someone vandalized it.
Roy says, "A dead animal was left in a black bag beside a dispenser"
This sign was peppered with paintballs and there were harassing phone calls and profanity written on the pumps.
That was just the start of Roy's problems which he spelled out for BP in this claim he filed.
He says, "Besides these incidents the consumer act that adversely affected my business the most was the silent boycotting of BP brand."
Roy says he gathered his documentation and sent it to BP back in August, but got this denial.
"After review of your claim, we have determined that your claim does not meet the criteria for emergency advanced payment."
He says he got no explanation of why his claim was denied.
"I am not sure if they have all the documents they said they have which I sent to them and also the criteria they used and how it was denied."
Now he says his bills are piling up, he owes thousands to the company that provides his gas and even more to Moneygram, which canceled his service.
Roy says the least BP could do is offer him an explanation.