- Report: #760269
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Complaint Review: April Sutton
April SuttonChicago, Illinois United States of America
April Sutton Bally Total Fitness April Sutton falsely initiates classes for Bally Total Fitness to generate new gym and new training clients Chicago, Illinois
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When contacting Bally Total Fitness, their phone system does not allow you to speak with corporate, located in California. Every toll free phone number prevents you from speaking to a live person except to pay your bills.
When you Google Bally Total Fitness and especially include Bankruptcy, you get years and endless links to their struggling situation. But this does not entitle them to install April Suttons to rip people off. And her response its a free class and we can cancel them at any moment and last moment.
And the response from regional headquarters of Bally Total Fitness well, they dont call you back.
Bally Total Fitness has an unsympathetic approach to customer service, and this is further proved in a Yelp.com discussion started by a consumer pleading with other Bally members for advice on how to cancel his Bally Total Fitness membership. For example, try ending your membership when Bankrupt Ballys closes down another facility LOL.
Go to ConsumerAffairs.com the complaints are endless. Their tactics are horrific no ethics consider April Sutton.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/03/2011 10:06 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/April-Sutton/Chicago-Illinois-/April-Sutton-Bally-Total-Fitness-April-Sutton-falsely-initiates-classes-for-Bally-Total-Fi-760269. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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