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July 01, 2010


Steve Rhode

He's really taken on this issue and good for him.

Debbie Brenner

I am also a part of a forced arbitration (14 students in Arizona) who took on Delta Career Education Corporation for Student Loan Fraud and lost. These arbitrators are in the back pockets of big corporations...for repeat business. We are now facing $700K in legal fees for Delta's lawyers...of whom they hired two different law firms to fight us because they knew they were guilty. Delta has been sued multiple times in various states and they still get away with their fraud. This forced binding arbitration has to be stopped as it is just a loop hole these corporations have found to commit fraud against the American people with no repercussions.

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