- Report: #1142921
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Complaint Review: Blast Fitness, formerly Bally's Fitness
Blast Fitness, formerly Bally's FitnessSan Antonio, Texas USA
Blast Fitness, formerly Bally's Fitness Fraudulent reactivation of cancelled Bally's membership. San Antonio Texas
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Just reviewed my VISA account and found a $190.00+ charge from something called Blast Fitness. Apparently the good folks at Blast thought they would resurect a long-dead Bally's account, for a gym that is no longer physically present, and sign me up for a year's worth of fun at their facility - without my knowledge or consent.
They use a 3rd party billing company which also serves as a firewall for complaints about their fraudulent practices. Kayla, the unfortunate soul who took my call was actually quite helpful, engineering a refund for the majority of charges and cancelling my account. The term "majority of charges" is instructive in that Blast was allowed to bill me for 1 month of "service" - since I didn't catch 'em in time. If you were ever a Bally's customer, rest assured they have sold your info to these pirates and you will likely be creating a Ripoff Report profile just like me. Don't let them take all your money.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/30/2014 08:45 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Blast-Fitness-formerly-Ballys-Fitness/San-Antonio-Texas-78209/Blast-Fitness-formerly-Ballys-Fitness-Fraudulent-reactivation-of-cancelled-Ballys-memb-1142921. 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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