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  1. Txtiger, Send me an email at dball@fmca.com with your FMCA membership number and I will send you the information to get started. As long as you have not previously been a Value Kard member, you are eligible (KOA's rule, not FMCA's). Thanks, Dan
  2. A place for discussing developments related to the coronavirus/COVID-19 outbreak - campground info, personal experiences, tips, etc...
  3. Good Morning, Please note, the message above from Margaret Keen is from 2012 and well before my time with FMCA. Therefore, I cannot speak knowledgeably as to what she is referring to. The KOA Value Kard is still offered to new members of FMCA, but you also must be a new Value Kard member with KOA as well. JakeDog1, did you receive the KOA insert that came with your plates? That insert includes the url you will need to visit as well as a unique PIN code to enter on their website. Please let me know if you did not receive it and I can provide another insert and unique PIN. I can be reached at dball@fmca.com. Sincerely, Dan
  4. RVIA has approached FMCA for suggestions on specific places to open BLM land for more recreational use. You can learn more at https://www.blm.gov/press-release/bureau-land-management-seeks-help-increasing-access-public-lands. If you would like to offer suggestions, please submit them to FMCA no later than February 13, 2020. CLICK HERE to submit your suggestions and pass along to your fellow RVers as well. Thank you!
  5. Hi WEVCHOZEN, FMCA's preferred mail forwarding service provider, Your Best Address, is located in Sioux Falls, SD. There are a number of providers throughout the country with South Dakota, Florida, and Texas being the most prevalent. A quick Google search didn't yield any results for Crescent Springs, FL, but I do see that Passport America is located in Crestview, FL. Could that be who the members were referring to? I do know that Passport America does offer mail forward service.
  6. Hi RayIN, I've scanned the irv2 thread and while I see reference to a letter, I can't find the actual letter being discussed. My assumption is the letter being referred to is the email sent in Jon Walker's name shortly after Minot explaining the reason for the dues increase, which, in so many words, is to help fund the highly-valued FMCAssist program. If there's something else you are referring to or that is causing confusion, I'm not seeing it, but am glad to try and help. Thanks, Dan
  7. I have shared this with the owner of Your Best Address. Thanks, Dan
  8. Good Morning RayIN, The Roadside Checklist you are referring to is intended to be generic and not reflective of the Roadside Rescue policy. It's why we added the following line to the opening paragraph: The following is not intended to be a comprehensive list, but rather a good starting point to assist and ease the stress if roadside assistance is needed. I've added additional verbiage to further help clarify and hope to have the updated document up on the website very soon. Thanks, Dan
  9. w5ci3937: To answer your question at the top, as long as the pulling vehicle is not a class 6, 7, or 8 it is also covered. You can view more detail here: www.fmca.com/roadsiderescue jimbobslick: I would be happy to reach out to SafeRide on your behalf to try and come to a resolution. If you'd like to give me a call and explain what happened I can be reach at 800-543-3622. Just ask for Dan Ball and the receptionist will transfer you. Sincerely, Dan
  10. Good Morning! The Roadside Checklist doc is intended as a generic guide and not necessarily meant to be representative of the Roadside Rescue policy. That said, though, I can certainly understand why there might be confusion. I've reached out to my contact at SafeRide and will post here once I have his answer. Sincerely, Dan
  11. Good Afternoon Kking5001, I have forwarded your message to the owner of Your Best Address in the hopes of a response and assured him that this is not the type of "buzz" he wants circulating about his business. Sincerely, Dan Ball, Director of Membership & Marketing
  12. Hi richard5933 and Co., I guess I'll jump in, although I was rather enjoying watching you all talk in circles 😉 I kid, I kid. I kid because I care. Truth be told I wasn't quite sure what clarification you all were seeking and I believed that the FAQs on the page provided by Brett Wolfe earlier in the thread had the answers you needed. Clearly, though, more clarification is desired so I reached out to my contact at TCS and have recently heard back. As best I can gather, here are the lingering concerns that you all would like to have clarified (questions in black, answers in red): - Would like to see the TCS rep address some of the specific questions-- particularly about "pay before or bill after fueling". A) All TCS fuel card accounts are secured with cash prior to card usage. Effectively, each initial cash deposit is used to establish a secured credit line for the account. We are not in the credit underwriting business, and do not extend credit unless it is secured in some form or fashion. - Methods of payment. If debit card used, what is security-- unlike credit cards, most debit cards are not protected from fraud. B) I’m not clear about what is being asked, but security features are built into the card, although it’s up to each account to set them up when they activate their account. Most of our clients utilize a pin# or DL# as security that must be entered for the card to activate the fuel pump. Hopefully this helps answer some of your questions. If there are others please let me know. As far as a timely call back, the response from our email announcement has been overwhelming and the TCS agents are completing call backs as fast and efficiently as they can. Your continued patience is greatly appreciated. Sincerely, Dan Ball
  13. WILDEBILL308, You are correct, you are billed by Michelin. FMCA does not handle any money during the transaction we are merely the bridge to get you this great deal. Yes, from time to time, members do find better deals by going direct with the dealer and not through the Advantage program. For example, if they have too much stock and want to move it quickly or some sort of special promotion. The dealer is well within their rights to do so and we always encourage our members to do their homework before making a purchase. Dan
  14. Hi nessa, This is still a work-in-progress, but you can view the results on the following link: http://join.fmca.com/member-engagement/ Additionally, you can access this page from the Member Dashboard once logged in to FMCA.com. There is a tile titled 'FMCA Member Engagement' that will take you to the same page. Please let me know if there is anything else I can help with. Sincerely, Dan Ball Director of Membership and Marketing
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