- Report: #1146953
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Complaint Review: National Fitness
National Fitness1645 East Highway 193 Suite 100 Layton, Utah USA
National Fitness Southeast, LLCProfitPro-FitPro Fit Will not stop billing, will not allow you to cancel your contract YEARS after it should have expired! Layton Utah
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Started dealing with these guys in October 2012. Signed a 1 year contract with them thru Golds Gym in Racine Dr Wilmington, NC. I went for a few sessions (14) and ended up not able to go to anymore. I called both Golds Gym and National Fitness and told them I wanted my contract to end. Of course the year was not up and I had to wait it out, which I did.
At the end of the year I called both back and told them to cancel and they both said they would.
It is 5/15/2014 and they are STILL billing me claiming the contract is a never ending contract after the first year is up, it goes to a monthly non-ending contract. I have voiced my disinterest to them multiple times and they continue to bill me.
I will be cancelling my debit card in which they have stole my money via. According to the reps on the phone they will send my info to a collecting agency and try to hound me for the money.
DO NOT DO BUSINESS WITH NATIONAL FITNESS! BUYER BEWARE!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/15/2014 10:50 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/National-Fitness/Layton-Utah-84080/National-Fitness-Southeast-LLCProfitPro-FitPro-Fit-Will-not-stop-billing-will-not-allow-1146953. 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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