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BoaterRated signs deal with arbitration service

BoaterRated LLC, the Stuart, Fla.-based independent marine business review website, and Arbitration Resolution Services, which focuses on alternative dispute resolution through binding arbitration, said they are teaming up to bring a new service to the market.

The affiliation allows BoaterRated partner businesses, which are companies enrolled in the program, to use Arbitration Resolution Services services at reduced fees for all parties to a dispute.

“BoaterRated.com exists to help the boating community get more enjoyment out of their investment and to help marine providers increase their level of customer service,” BoaterRated partner Carl Schellbach said in a statement. “Needless to say, not all boater experiences with providers are great, although many of the not-so-good ones are generally resolved when the provider’s attention is drawn to an issue.”

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