GGLorox Posted October 9, 2021 Report Share Posted October 9, 2021 So it looks like the JDB is refusing to comply with AAA consumer arbitration rules and pay its filling fees. AAA sent a letter in September requesting the JDB to “submit their current or proposed consumer agreements to the AAA for review and inclusion on the Consumer Clause Registry,” which costs $500. AAA also asked that the JDB waive a provision in the arbitration contract because it violates one of their protocols and to pay a fee of over $3000. The waiver and payment that was due October 7th wasn’t received so AAA sent another letter giving the JDB a second chance to comply with their request. They have until October 22nd to do so before AAA decides to close my case. I don’t think they’ll go through the arbitration process not because it’s 3x more costly for them so it’s better to settle, but more so to get their case back into court. How should I proceed if they sue me again? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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