I signed up for a 1 year membership back on 11/1/2008, that was supposed to expire, come up for renewal on 10/31/2009. Despite numerous attempts to cancel service in person at the gym, I was finally forced to send a certified letter to ABC Financial (who the hell are they?) in order to cancel membership that had already expired. Gold’s Gym, without my consent, put me into a month to month membership even after I told them several times that I did not want to continue my membership. On 2/10/2010 I sent a certified letter to ABC Financial per (Gold’s Gym's) request telling them I wished to cancel my membership immediately. I was billed once again on 2/28/2010 for services never agreed to or provided to me even after the receipt of the certified letter had been received by ABC Financial / Gold’s Gym. Thus far Gold’s Gym and ABC Financial have leached over $130 dollars from my account and most recently I was forced to close the account and open a new one in order to stop the automatic debts from occurring. This is a scam and there should be a class action suit filed against both ABC Financial and Gold’s Gym.
Content of Certified letter sent on 2/10/2010
ABC Financial / Gold’s Gym, 8320 Hwy 107 PO Box 6800 Sherwood, AR. 72124 I, ***** **** # ****06183 am herby giving formal notification to terminate my membership with Gold’s Gym. Why I still have a membership with Gold’s Gym is beyond my understanding as I had signed up “specifically” for a 1 year membership back in November of 2008 and it should have terminated itself at the end of October, 2009. It is now February 2010 and I am still having funds taken from my account even though I have not used the facilities for several months. At the very least I was expecting that my 1 year membership would formally “expire” and no additional funds would be taken from my account as of October 2009. I am very disappointed with the procedure that has been put in place for terminating memberships with Gold’s gym, in fact...
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