legal PSA, long
If you're in a country where forced arbitration clauses are allowed [USA is one of them], make sure to opt out of them whenever you can, forced arbitration takes away your legal right to sue a company if they screw you over and instead makes you go through an arbiter (who's also picked by said company in most cases...).
A lot of companies have these clauses [Apple, Discord, Facebook, most credit card companies, Google, etc] and have a limited time where you can opt out of them (typically 30-90 days). Always check a contract before you agree to it.
Opting out of a forced arbitration clause does not prevent you from using an arbiter if you still want to for some reason, it only gives you back your right to sue in court and participate in class-action lawsuits.
In some countries, forced arbitration clauses are illegal and are automatically invalid, if you live in one of those countries than you don't have to worry about this, though it probably wouldn't hurt to opt-out anyway [always check your local laws or get someone who can if you're unable to].