- Report: #1113009
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Complaint Review: K60FIT
K60FIT30652 Santa Margarita Pkwy Ste F106, RSM, CA RSM, California USA
K60FIT UNSANITARY CONDITIONS AND NON-CERTIFIED PERSONAL TRAINERS! RSM California
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I am truly shocked by K60FIT’s actions and misdeeds. K60Fit utilizes “heart-rate technology” by strapping a Polar Soft Strap and sensor directly on the skin of their clients to monitor their heart-rate. Since you must be a member and pay a startup fee for your own strap, many people who purchased the Groupon or have utilized their “free week of personal training and group classes” promotional cards, have been subjected to severely unsanitary conditions. Each person would use a “loner” strap and place this directly on the skin of their stomach/chest area during their workouts. They would turn these straps back in completely drenched in sweat. K60FIT would then turn-around and give that exact strap to another person without washing, cleaning, or sanitizing the strap in any way. They do not even wash them nightly. Additionally, the personal trainers are NOT certified! This is a fly-by-night racket that could close down at any moment. PLEASE SAVE YOUR MONEY AND GO TO A REPUTABLE GYM AND TRAINER!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/04/2014 10:43 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/K60FIT/RSM-California-92688/K60FIT-UNSANITARY-CONDITIONS-AND-NON-CERTIFIED-PERSONAL-TRAINERS-RSM-California-1113009. 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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