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Article update said:Asked whether registering a username and password for a VPC account constitutes "creating an E-toll account", Sanral said that it does not.
This means that a scary part of Sanral's E-toll website Terms & Conditions does not apply to this account. The section is entitled “By registering, you agree to pay e-toll” which states:
When you register with us and you link a motor vehicle to your e-toll account, you agree to pay all e-toll transactions for that motor vehicle. This applies even if you are not the user when the e-toll transactions take place.
Sanral re-iterated that these Terms & Conditions do not apply in this instance, with a spokesperson providing the following statement:
"The Terms and Conditions, (together with applicable legislation) governs the relationship between Sanral and the registered e-toll account holders, while various legislations e.g. the Sanral Act, Toll Tariff Gazette and Regulations govern the relationship for non-registered users."
This is not about accepting payment - they are asking for too many unnecessary details: this is about forming a relationship - a new relationship between you, and that famous tax collecting body, public enemy number 1. Do you want to form a relationship with this organisation? When you give them your details, then you're their BFF. They will be all over you like the overly attached girlfriend. Are you ready for this next level of commitment in your relationship with Sanral?