Chase is bringing forced arbitration clauses back to its most popular credit cards

Unhappy Chase credit-card customers may be prevented from getting their day in court, thanks to a new policy the bank is rolling out.

Chase JPM, +3.08% is re-introducing forced arbitration clauses to many of its popular credit cards, including the Sapphire, United MileagePlus UAL, +3.60% and Slate cards. Over the past week, existing customers have received emails notifying them that their account terms were being changed, Fast Company first reported.

“Nearly all of our credit cards will add this element to the card holder agreement, except for the AARP card,” Trish Wexler, J.P. Morgan Chase’s chief communications officer, told MarketWatch.

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