BlueMountain

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  1. Unfortunately, from what I can see it says all claims are covered. Although the language is complicated, it does say in the agreement that "Arbitration will solve appeals of a small-claims court judgment." Can you look at the attached agreement and see if there seems to be any delegation? Thank you! Advance Snip 1.pdf
  2. I'm not quite sure, the agreement seems to cover cases that start in small claims court too. I'm uploading a copy of the wording here. Do you see an immediate out by chance? Advance Snip 1.pdf
  3. Hi everyone. This is the some of the language from the arbitration agreement: Are you waiving rights? Yes. You waive your rights to: 1.Have juries solve Disputes. 2.Have courts, other than small-claims courts, solve Disputes. 3.Serve as a private attorney general or in a representative capacity. 4.Be in a class action. Can small-claims court solve some Disputes? Yes Each party has the right to arbitrate, or to go to small-claims court if the small-claims court has the power to hear the Dispute. Arbitration will solve all Disputes that the small-claims court does not have the p
  4. Hi everyone. I am a college student who stupidly took out a 250%+ payday loan my freshman year and never paid it back. I am now being sued in General Sessions court in Chattanooga, Tennessee. I have NOT yet been served, but got a letter in the mail advertising the services of a bankruptcy lawyer so presume they know my new address... I called to get a copy of the lawsuit but since it's out for service by the Sheriff's department I was told they don't have it yet. I have been lurking around the past few days and my understanding is the arbitration argument won't work since General Session