Fitness 19 Lawrenceville Georgia Review

Okay, so it’s partially my fault… the first indication should have been a Grand Opening flyer I recieved that advertised $12 monthly membership and $12 initiation fee. It sounded good, so I drive down and am informed that the $12 initiation was a misprint, and the $12 a month is for two spercific days, Tuesday and Thursday between certain hours if I remember correctly. nI can understand the monthly fee mix up, as the difference between the limited and regular fee was about $5… n… but the initiation fee was actually $85 or $89, I do not recall specifically. I was about to walk right there, seeing as an advertisement for $12 that turns into almost $100 is RIDICULOUS, but I gave the new business the benefit of the doubt on their “mistake”” and signed up anyways. nMonths later

I cancel due to the fact that it became inconvenient for me. I stopped in and asked a girl on staff what I should do

and she told me things that I do admit were questionable… I believe I signed something

but did not recieve a copy. I left when assured this was all I needed to do

and it would be handled. nThree months after that I get a charge on my card. I call in and am informed that I’ve yet to cancel my membership. They have no record of my signature and claim the things the girl told me were false. They showed ABSOLUTELY NO REMORSE that one of their employees had given innaccurate information

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