Pro-Results – Body Of Change @ LA Fitness Philadelphia Pennsylvania…

I’ve been a member of LA Fitness for the last 5 years. In early July I stopped by the Pro Results/Body of Change desk to inquire about sessions with a personal trainer. What a mistake! nDuring the meeting with the salesperson (Evan) I explained that I was uneasy with the high price of the 6-month and 12-month plans and that I may just wait till a later date to join. The salesperson walked away and returned shortly with the general manager (Mark). Mark stated that he would throw in 36 additional sessions for me. I asked whether the additional sessions would cost me anything extra and Mark stated No, and went on so say that LA Fitness was celebrating a few new grand openings and that his gesture was a courtesy. “Ok

Great…How nice of him

“” I thought at the time. nAt the conclusion of my meeting with the salesperson it was crystal clear to me that I had signed on for 3 months of personal training (1-3 sessions per week); and that my Visa would be debited the $149 enrollment fee + $240 for 3 months of personal training. I reiterated to the salesperson that I would only be charged the total of $389 no matter how I decided to schedule the sessions and he stated Yes. nThe salesperson

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asked for my Visa card and

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