Force your lawsuit
out of court

Sued for credit card debt? A Motion to Compel Arbitration makes it easy to win your case.

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Make the
collector sweat

This Motion to Compel Arbitration will make the collector worry because they might lose the case.

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Save
thousands

You could save thousands by forcing the collector to arbitrate or drop the case.

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Stop the
collector

In many cases, debt collectors will stop collecting on a debt after they receive a Motion to Compel Arbitration.

How it works

Get sued for a debt that has an arbitration clause in the agreement.
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Answer a few questions on our site to complete your Motion.
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File your Motion.
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Filing your Motion will increase the debt collector’s cost to collect the debt, making it more likely they give up.
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$27

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Package includes:

Guided creation of the document
PDF download
Mailing instructions

$27

Basic

Package includes:

Guided creation of the document
PDF download
Mailing instructions
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A Motion to Compel Arbitration is the Best Move

Sued for credit card debt? Our Motion to Compel Arbitration is a powerful document that makes it easy to win your case. The Motion to Compel Arbitration is a document sent by someone being sued for debt to their debt collector. If your credit card or loan agreement includes an arbitration clause, our document is likely a great option for you.

You may want to file a Debt Answer first if you are considering a Motion to Compel Arbitration.

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Frequently Asked Questions

This Motion to Compel Arbitration is for you if you’ve been sued for a debt and the original contract for the debt includes an arbitration clause.

Max has been sued for a $4,000 debt by Debt Collectors, LLC. The debt is a credit card debt from Citibank. The credit card agreement has an arbitration clause in it. This clause says if the collector sues the debtor, the debtor can request the case be arbitrated, instead of going through court. So, Max files a Motion to Compel Arbitration in the court. To continue with the lawsuit, the collector would have to pay a large fee to begin arbitration. The debt collector decides the debt is not worth the expense and stops pursuing the case.

No. At this time you need to file the Motion to Compel Arbitration yourself. We will provide some filing instructions.

Yes. The original contract for the debt must have an arbitration clause. For example, if the debt is a credit card debt, the credit card agreement must have an arbitration clause in it.

Not really. In most cases, a Motion to Compel Arbitration can be filed at any point in the case before a judgment is granted, or someone loses. This varies from state to state and case by case. Generally, we find it best to file the Motion to Compel Arbitration right after filing an Answer.
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Increase your chances of winning

A Motion to Compel Arbitration increases the cost of the case for the collector and increases the likelihood the collector will drop the case.

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