The ugly truth about binding arbitration...

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Got a beef with your builder? Your credit card company? Your cell phone provider? Chances are, going to court is not an option. When you signed your contract, you signed up for binding arbitration -- and you may wish you hadn't after hearing from Consumer Investigator Jim Strickland. See News2 Investigative report and learn what really happens when your access to the court room is denied.

For additional information regarding binding mandatory arbitration and to find out how to protect yourself from you can't sue me clauses hidden in many contracts, visit and HomeOwners For Better Builders

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