- Jul 1, 2021
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- SE MI
- Mach-E Premium 4X, F-150, Lightning reserved
Yeah, he maybe shouldn't have posted details but it isn't wrong to try and verify an email is legit nowadays. I understand when you sign up for EA you agree to confidentiality, but they should mention it in the email, too. They do NOT. Not in the email or the attachment sent with the email. Only when you click to sign up for this beta does it say "by signing up for this you agree to keep the details confidential." If they want to try and keep things closer to the vest, they definitely need to just put reminders in the email of confidentiality. It is kind of crazy everyone jumping on OP, plenty of details have been posted in the past about EA emails, when those were also bound by confidentiality. Didn't see much of a stink in those super long threads. Like Intelligent Range when it first rolled out.
I heard that EA members agree to confidentiality when they join.
I heard that Ford made people agree to new terms, and restated confidentiality, in the past months.
I've even read that people have signed NDAs with Ford on some things, because then they come on the forum and write about how they signed NDAs with Ford on some things, which seems counterintuitive.
Perhaps Ford should suggest that people get their spouses / partners / mothers to remind them of their promises?