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  1. Sorry, I mean lose on 'arbitration'...not appeal. I am going to win the first time. LOL!
  2. You know I may lose on appeal. I am ok with that, as it states in the contract that I am not responsible for the arbitrator fees (by the way, do I check that box to keep away from the fees?) I'd just be happy getting time to get money to pay them off without a judgement and interest piling up
  3. Thank you! That is helpful. It is Gurstel Law Firm for Barclay. There is one problem in the argument the word "may".....there is the 2016 appeal credit card case law in AZ for private arbitration that states "shall" trumps "may" and addresses this type of situation in requesting the specific type of arbitration I am going to request. I am going to use that along with some other things I found on this forum to trap the Plaintiff, as I have a good feeling of how they are going to argue this case. The court was not familiar at all with what I was going with arbitration. So I am taking it as
  4. I am being sued by a law firm in AZ that reps Barclay. There is an arbitration clause in contract in lieu of lawsuit Anyone know if a Motion to Compel to Arbitration get granted? Suing me for: $8700 Original creditor is being repped by local attorney firm (w/national offices) I was able to get a hold of the original cardholder agreement that will be here early next week, so validating the original agreement with the card should be possible in a MTC late next week.
  5. What amount do you place in the AAA specific amount you are disputing? Is it the amount you are being sued for?