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  1. ike
    October 17, 2012 @ 6:19 pm

    How about sending the notice electronically with this added:
    I’m sending this notice electronically and not by mail. If you want me to send this notice by mail, you may send me a letter requesting me to do so by [insert a date a few days later]. If you do not send a letter by such time, you’ll be waiving your request for a mailed opt-out notice.

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  2. MS
    October 18, 2012 @ 9:15 am

    It looks like providing one’s phone number in an opt-out letter counts as consenting to receive phone and SMS ads (section 1.10.) I assume this is intentional– am I reading it correctly? Is there any way to opt out of arbitration without opening yourself up to text messages?

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  3. JenFul » If you use PayPal you should probably opt out of their forced arbitration clause by December 1
    October 25, 2012 @ 8:00 am

    […] This article at Citizen Vox explains what PayPal is doing in plain English. If you don’t opt out: […]

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  4. Hell No PayPal!
    October 26, 2012 @ 2:05 am

    […] Public Citizen: “Opt Out of PayPal’s Forced Arbitration Clause” […]

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  5. PSA About PayPal « Coll Writes
    October 26, 2012 @ 10:44 am

    […] [Source, Source, Source, Source] Tweet Share this:SharePinterestStumbleUponFacebookTwitterTumblrDiggRedditPrintEmailLinkedIn Posted in Customer Service Experiences, Ramble/Ponder/Rant , PayPal | Comments Off […]

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