Bally Total Fitness Austin Texas Review

My daughter signed a Bally contract at a mall sign up when she was 18. She asserts that the rep told her she could cancel it if necessary. However, she found that she had in fact committed to an uncancellable 36 month contract at $55 per month. nWhen the end of the contract was a few months away, I contacted this detestable company to notify them that under no circumstances was there to be any automatic renewal of the contract. For all I knew, if I didn’t do anything the fine print might have said another 36 months. I called repeatedly, but never got through, then sent e-mails. n They eventually responded by phone to my e-mail – after about a month. The woman told me something that seemed odd; the contract ended March 28 but I could not notify them till AFTER the end of the contract that there was to be no renewal. nSo the day after the end, I sent two copies of “DO NOT RENEW’ to them. nThen

on my next credit card statement

I found a final monthly charge that was posted on March 28

the day the contract ended. What health club charges the monthly fee at the END of the month? Sio I disputed the charge with my credit card company

and after investigation they notified me that the charge was removed. nI suspect Bally’s devious plan is this. Tell the customer they have to wait till AFTER the contract ends to officially cancel. Then they can (seemingly legitimately) make one more charge

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