Here's the problem: Troy never signed a credit card agreement, and Troy's ex-wife had made all of the charges. Ex-spouses are known to do that. Yet, the NAF ordered Troy to pay more than $9,000 anyway.
Troy’s story is just a small example of how “mandatory arbitration clauses” have pervaded the consumer landscape and prevented customers from getting their day in court. Rent-A-Judge and get the decision you want!
Gary Weiss, Forbes 10/11/2007 Read Article: Forbes