Great article from Paul Bland of Public Justice recently about a case where a federal judge rebuffed TransUnion for trying to trick its online clients into agreeing to mandatory arbitration. From the article:
“It’s bad enough that corporations are endlessly sticking incredibly unfair terms into the mouse-print contracts that consumers have to sign. Even if we cheat you, you can’t sue us is a common mantra.”
At the root of the problem is that TransUnion sells credit scores for $39.99 that are basically worthless. They wanted the fine print on their website to get them out of the risk of consumers exercising their 7th amendment rights to a jury trial over the matter. Read the full article here.
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