The AAA Assistant Vice President had a correspondence with one of PRA's attorneys regarding PRA's standing with AAA, and the PRA higher-up was following up to the correspondence. I'll send you a PM with more details.
I may have a rogue attorney in my case as they are going against PRA's recently articulated policy to pay their arbitration costs in AAA cases (see my post directly above). Not to mention going directly against the CC agreement by seeking arb fees.
Speaking of new policies, on March 20 PRA had posted a document to my AAA case from its Managing Counsel of the Litigation and Compliance Department to the Assistant Vice President of AAA regarding PRA's standing with AAA, stating that PRA was going to "pay the costs of arbitration." So I guess no more arbitration cases being closed due to "non payment" in consumer cases where PRA is a party.