A consumer purchasing online is bound by an arbitration clause even if accessing the clause required clicks through a series of two hyperlinks. Starke v. Gilt Groupe, Inc., No. 13 Civ. 5497 (S.D.N.Y. Apr. 24, 2014). The court concluded that the consumer was informed of the consequences of his assenting click to the transaction by being told that “you agree to the Terms of Membership for all [seller’s] sites” and being directed where to click further to review those terms. The consumer’s decision to click the “Shop Now” button represented his assent to those terms, regardless of whether he actually clicked further through several hyperlinks to read them.