• Report: #257384

Complaint Review: Wujido Institute

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  • Submitted: Thu, June 28, 2007
  • Updated: Sun, July 01, 2007

  • Reported By:Dallas Texas
Wujido Institute
5400 E Mockingbird Ln Dallas, Texas U.S.A.

Wujido Institute money grubbing swines, forces unsuspecting consumers into contracts Dallas Texas

*Consumer Suggestion: contract

*Consumer Suggestion: An unconscionable contract

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The Wujido Institute in Dallas has obviously not changed their ways in the years that they've been opened. I only wish I would have read the ripoff reports before I got stuck in such a horrible situation.

They do not allow you to witness a class because of the 'secrets within.' Every other martial art has open classrooms and a welcoming environment for people to see if the training is for them. They make it seem all mystical and special to start to reel people into their web of lies.

They force you into a contract that you do not receive a copy of, so you have no idea what your rights and legal obligations are. They will not stop until you sign on the dotted line.

Even if you do not attend classes for whatever reason, you must pay. Financial hardships mean nothing to this business. Even if you have lost your job, had a loss in the family, had an illness or a car accident, even if you have moved out of the country they still want their money.

There is no way to get out of the contract without paying every penny. They will not allow you to see your contract after signing it for your legal rights.

If a payment is missed, even for a legitimate reason, they will call your home or any phone number they have on file for you over and over again and harass you and threaten to report you to a collection agency. They will not allow you to make arrangements to take care of the debt another way, they will not work with you to take care of your obligations, even if you haven't been to the studio and you haven't used any of their resources.

I only hope that others will read this and realize that this company has been in the practice of stealing money from people without any sort of flexibility to make payment arrangements, even if you have no way to pay for the obligations.

Amber
Dallas, Texas
U.S.A.

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#1 Consumer Suggestion

contract

AUTHOR: John - (U.S.A.)

You are right Barry, but unless they held a gun to her head when she signed, then its buyer beware. She has no case.
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#2 Consumer Suggestion

An unconscionable contract

AUTHOR: Barry - (U.S.A.)

A contract that is one-sided, giving all rights and power to one party, and none to the other, is "unconscionable."

unconscionable adj. referring to a contract or bargain which is so unfair to a party that no reasonable or informed person would agree to it. In a suit for breach of contract, a court will not enforce an unconscionable contract (award damages or order specific performance) against the person unfairly treated on the theory that he/she was misled, lacked information, or signed under duress or misunderstanding. It is similar to an "adhesion contract," in which one party has taken advantage of a person dealing from weakness.

An attorney specializing in commercial transactions can assist you. No one would have someone sign a contract that they "couldn't get out of" unless they feared a LOT of people would be wanting out of it.
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