Consumers have power only in numbers. Corporations understand this and have managed to destroy any possible recourse for consumers on small individual losses through limits on class actions and the increasing use of boilerplate waivers of rights to go to court through arbitration agreements.
Expect the level of fraud to increase exponentially as corporations skirt their responsibilities to their customers through the limits on class actions and the increasing use of incredibly one-sided arbitration agreements where the arbitrator is there only to sign off on the corporate fraud or other misconduct.
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