Binding Mandatory Arbitration & What You Really Need to Know About it!

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Tune into SpotLight on Thursday, July 3rd and hear what binding mandatory arbitration is all about -and how it affects you.

Our guests are;

Janet Ahmad, President of HomeOwners For Better Building (


Ira Rheingold, Executive Director & General Counsel of the National Association of Consumer Advocates (

Are you waiving your rights without knowing it?

What can you do about it?

For more info read earlier blog: What those "You Can't Sue Me" Clauses Really Mean...Are the Cards Stacked Against you?

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See: The Arbitration Trap: How Credit Card Companies Ensnare Consumers

This report details how arbitration firms and credit card companies enjoy a cozy, mutually beneficial relationship at the expense of consumers they force into binding mandatory arbitration. Using data from California, the findings provide a glimpse of how arbitration traps consumers throughout the country in unfair, secret proceedings where for-profit arbitrators make the rules.

Public Citizen's research uncovered consumers who spent years fending off collection agencies, cleaning up identity theft messes and struggling to bounce back from credit rating hits. Read the Report


To read what you can do about binding mandatory arbitration go to

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