“… the website did not give Sgouros r

“… the website did not give Sgouros reasonable notice that a click would be considered assent to an arbitration agreement, so no such agreement existed. The court distinguished this case from other cases involving websites designed to ensure that the consumer would see the critical language before clicking to signify an agreement. Indeed, the court determined that the TransUnion website actively misleads the consumer, in part because some of the text referring to the service agreement appeared below what was visible on the website.” http://ow.ly/KxI2301qWwT

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