Robinhood's Customer Agreement

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In this episode, the founder of DoNotPay.com, Joshua Browder, argues that Robinhood Financial’s customer agreement is harmful to consumers. He goes point-by-point—from pricing changes to data selling to arbitration clauses—and invites consumers to join class actions against Robinhood and similar companies. It’s an interesting time with Reddit users driving huge trade volume, and contracts are at the center of it, so let’s tear it down.

Robinhood’s Customer Agreement

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Contributors

Joshu Browder
Joshu Browder
CEO @ Joshua Browder
Mike Whelan
Mike Whelan
CEO @Lawyer Forward

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