This is likely the Blink EVSE. Try an Aerovironment unit at a Nissan dealer before you conclude this.
Blink (Ecotality) has a bunch of defective crimps inside the handles of their stations that cause the connector to burn, often taking out the J1772 connector on the EV as well. Their solution to this is to set the maximum output (pilot signal) to 16 amps, so the most you'll see is around 3.84kW into the car. (less if the power is 208v rather than 240v)
Consider getting your "trickle" cord (EVSE) upgraded to Level 2 by EVSE Upgrade
, then you'll be able to fully charge in 3-5 hours at home (with any 240V outlet). If you had the upgraded EVSE, it would be easy to verify correct charge speed at home, you'd benefit from faster charge times, and you'd waste less power (charging on Level 2 is more efficient).
Many people are worried about getting it done because they are leasing, however this is a non-issue