Arbitration Fairness Day in Washington

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April 29, has been designated as Arbitration Fairness Day in Washington, D.C.

As Americans for Fairness in Lending and more than sixty other national groups explained in a letter to Congress, there is nothing wrong with arbitration if it is "agreed to voluntarily after a dispute arises."

Read what happened to Jordan Fogal and ask yourself if you think forced arbitration clauses should be banned.

See earlier blog: Binding arbitration is no substitute for consumer accountability.

Sign the petition for fairness here

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