Changes to Redbox’s Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy

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Just got this email from Redbox:

Redbox Automated Retail, LLC (doing business in Texas as DVD Rental by Redbox LLC) ("Redbox") values our relationship with those who visit our web sites, kiosks, applications, and other online services. We are writing to notify you that Redbox is updating its Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy, which will both take effect on November 30th, 2016. The updates further clarify about our relationship with you and some upcoming new features and changes to our service. 

Please click here to review the updated Terms and Conditions and here to review the updated Privacy Policy . Please read these documents carefully. Some key changes are: 

There is a change in our Terms and Conditions that involves how legal disputes, if they should arise, will be resolved. The updated Terms and Conditions specify that mandatory arbitration, on an individual and not a class-wide or consolidated basis, must be used as a final and binding method of resolving legal disputes. You may terminate this agreement to arbitrate for 30 days after the effective date of the updated Terms and Conditions by providing Redbox with written notice to: Redbox Automated Retail, LLC, Attn: Legal, General Counsel, 1 Tower Lane, Suite 900, Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181. Please see the updated Terms and Conditions for full details. You may start seeing advertising on We offer you the ability to opt-out from having your activities and other information about you used to serve you targeted ads. As further described in our updated Privacy Policy, you may login at and opt-out from this use via your account settings. 

We look forward to continuing our relationship with you, our valued customer. If you do not agree to either the updated Terms and Conditions or Privacy Policy, you should not use our web sites, kiosks, applications, and other online services after November 30th, 2016. Your continued use of the Redbox platforms after that date is your consent to these updated policies. 

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thanks;. ..most companies are doing this forced arbitration....

This is complete bull-onga.  Glad I don't use their service.  Mandatory arbitration should be illegal.  We need to arbitrate this atrocity.  Sadly we agree to so many TOS it's a full time job reading them.  I got a copy of this but didn't read it till I saw it posted here. 

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