I have an Electrify America Pass+ membership and I use it to charge my 2019 Kia Niro EV here in Texas. According to the information on the Electrify America website, I should not get charged more than $0.15/minute if I don't charge faster than 75 kW. I charged at three different 150 kW chargers at three different Electrify America locations. I have NEVER charged faster than 75 kW at any of these charging sessions and I extremely rarely even charge at a 75 kW but I ALWAYS get charged at the much higher rate of $0.42/minute for the up to 125 kW. The chargers don’t even care how fast I charge, they just start charging me the higher rate as soon as I connect up my car. I have always been a strong supporter of Electrify America and I have been the first to charge at many of the Electrify America charging stations but I feel violated by theses pricing practices. I have plans to use the Electrify America stations a lot over the next few years. The pricing practices for my car means that it will cost me almost three times what I was expecting to pay to drive my electric vehicle on long trips and the pricing will make me extremely reluctant to use the Electrify America stations for shorter trips. Electrify America needs to honor their advertise pricing for charging under 75 kW. I know that the Bolt EV owners are only paying the $0.15/minute. So as soon as the EA chargers see that it has a Niro EV connected to it the charger uses the higher rate regardless of what the actual charge rate is. What does Electrify America have against Niro EV owners?