|the dangers of binding mandatory arbitration (bma) clauses|
check out the new "stopbma" site:
why should you
you are stripped of your rights every time you sign any type of contract that contains a binding mandatory arbitration (bma) clause.
you have already signed many contracts containing bma clauses. each time you signed, you gave away your constitutional right to use
the american court system to solve a disagreement, no matter how important
what is bma (binding mandatory arbitration)?
when a corporation includes a bma requirement in its contracts, it means your dispute must be decided by a private legal system. because bma clauses are "binding," you must abide by the decision and have no right to appeal.
this private, for-profit system
without knowing it, you may have already signed dozens of these clauses. they’re everywhere: health insurance contracts, telephone contracts, car contracts, rental clauses, babysitting clauses, credit cards, bank loans, nursing homes, summer camps, house repairs—you name it.
virtually every major consumer group in america opposes binding mandatory arbitration. see the groups and read many of their position papers.
explore this site: your pocketbook and your sanity will thank you.
take back your rights! what you can do.
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