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Sunday, April 26, 2009

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Cindy

Just makes it all the more important that the Arbitration Fairness Act (AFA) passes in congress. Few consumers would be likely to find the kind of legal help necessary to successfully argue these cases so they can even use the courts. Then, if they got that far, they'd still have to litigate the original complaint, too. Unaffordable to most consumers. I also doubt most consumers would find out how rigged arbitration is, until they are in it. The AFA is needed, that's all there is to it.

Jim

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