Even in cases of fraud, customers forced into arbitration

February 8, 2016 by

fine printThe Los Angeles Times reports that Wells Fargo customers are being forced into arbitration, even when bank employees fraudulently open accounts.

James Rufus Koren explains how mandatory arbitration is being extended to circumstances that consumers could have never envisioned.

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