oakwcj wrote: saywatt wrote:
greenleaf wrote:OK, so signing up for Blink membership in the same account will require one to agree to the new RPA (residential participation agreement) terms. Has anyone figured out how to avoid this if we still want to have access to the Blink RFID card?
Would creating a new account work? Can I get my spouse to sign up for a separate account?
I would imagine setting up a new account means signing the new RPA agreement.
Why would you imagine that, if the person setting up the new account has never signed an RPA in the first place, because s/he isn't a participant in the EV project?
Quotes above for context...
I just went on to blinknetwork.com and poked at the InCard membership signup procedure. At the payment stage there are checkboxes for both "Terms and Conditions" and RPA Terms and Conditions, both with links. However, they both (even the RPA labeled one) point to the same
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No mention on that page of the residential agreement, no verbiage such as shown in this thread or the companion thread (http://www.mynissanleaf.com/viewtopic.p ... 4&start=50
" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;). What do you think? Is this an error? Seems to me they might record that you checked the RPA box, thinking they had provided a link to it when they didn't, and that could come back to bite you, or have they perhaps disconnected the RPA from the card membership, with the checkbox being an artifact? In which case why not just remove it instead of changing what it points to.
This refers to signing up for membership when already logged in. The membership signup if not logged in has only the one Terms and Conditions checkbox, with no reference to the RPA, at least on the first page where you supply identification info (but not payment).