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    Capital One removed arbitration from its credit card agreements in 2010.
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    I just love this part: "There may be other fatal defects. . .Revealing the defects in these documents does not require a deep background in consumer law. It just requires a cup of coffee, your undivided attention, a yellow highlighter, and a red pen." So true!
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    The key phrase here is : "which are owed or asserted to be due to another person" You can sue an OC, but only under state law (which sometimes allow OC's to be sued- like Florida) or the FCRA