CALIFORNIA -- I have been a member with LA Fitness since 2012, paid my membership on time regardless of my gym attendance. Unfortunately fell into some hard times in the last 3 months, called LA fitness to pay for lost time (Balance was 60.00 without late fees) after 4 years of non-late payments. Paid 32.00 out of the 60.00 to ensure the reinstatement of my monthly dues and considering I have been loyal to the company and fulfilled my contract, I would think that they would extend a first time courtesy and allow me to continue with the membership or start a new membership with the same monthly payments, but they declined.
The agent made it seem like losing my business was no big deal, that the system is what it is? That makes no sense, why would a business prefer to lose more years of business for a 32.00 balance, in which I was willing to pay for to continue with the membership? I even expressed to the associate, that this negative review would take place and it didn't even matter to her. She didn't even offer an opportunity to speak with her leaders to see if something could be resolved. She just kept saying that "The system doesn't allow me." Where is the customer service and the loyalty to the loyal customers? I called 949-255-7200 at 8:14 pm on 11/29.
EAST NORRITON, NEW JERSEY -- I wanted to share my experience with LA Fitness to ensure that not just LA fitness is aware of their business and their sales people, but to also forewarn others who may ever come across a similar situation as mine. This may be a lengthy note, but I want to ensure all details are provided for anyone who may come across something similar.
To start I want to highlight that LA Fitness is a good gym, and depending on which branch you visit, their machines are easy to use and up to date. Also they offer a lot of exciting fitness classes from Zumba to Yoga to body conditioning, all of which are the reason why I decided to sign up with a LA Fitness membership. And from here, this is where it goes downhill.
At the branch I went to, I spoke to their sales person who went on about a “special” that was happening when you sign up a new person and if I signed up another person with me, it would be even cheaper. I went with my friend, so the sales guy was desperately trying to sign us both up, though only I was genuinely interested. After ranting about this “special” for a good 20 minutes, only I decided to sign up and my total cost for signing up was about $160 (100$ for the initiation fee, and 60$ for the first and last month's pay). That is not a special going on as that is what the normal cost at LA Fitness.
The reason why I stress “special” is because the [Sleazy] sales guy says "If you do the 3 day trial, you won't get the “special”." So I thought a special is a good deal, so I signed up and paid the 160$ upfront later to find out online that it is just a normal price and I could have gone with a three day trial first. I pushed for the 3 day trial but he kept saying I'd miss the deal and that I could cancel my membership in 3 days even if I signed up and paid now. I figured okay I can cancel it so why not, just pay now and it will be like a three day trial.
I want to stress to fellow customers that despite whatever the sales guy is saying about a good deal or not, always do the trial because this is why I got stuck in the following situation. After confirming with him countless of times that if I do not like the gym within the first 3 days I can cancel and still get my full refund. He confirmed that many times when I asked because I wasn't doing a free 3 day trial; I had paid the full 160$. I tried the gym for two days and didn't really like it since many of the weight machines always had A LOT of weights on it that I would have to move them since the person before me wouldn't put them back.
So I sent the sales guy a text stating the following, “Hi **, I won't get a chance to speak to you as I have a meeting for the next few hours. After trying the gym and speaking to my friend, I would prefer to cancel my membership and get a refund since I won't have time this weekend and want to make sure I meet the three day limit. I need more time to think it over and would appreciate your help with this.”
The sales guy sends the following text back to me stating “No worries. I just spoke to my VP and he mentioned he would extend and put a freeze on the account to verify the family deal. You don't need the 3 day limit. I just confirmed with him right now.” I wanted to include these texts verbatim to stress how important it is for any customer to get these kinds of things in writing whether on paper or text.
After he sent that text I again confirmed with him that I would get a refund if I cancelled after the 3 day limit and he confirmed I would. So I had time to think it through and see if anyone else would like to join with me and after a week I had decided, I will cancel my membership and try a different gym instead. I call the sales guy up and tell him I want to cancel my membership. He is not professional at all, by mumbling, “Hey, it's fine. You want the money on your credit card?” And I say "Yes that is fine." He lets me know it will be a few days and I'll get the refund.
That's the last time I spoke with him because I followed up after 2 weeks via text telling him I haven't seen any refund on my credit card. 3 hours after sending him that text I get an email confirming my cancellation, but shows I got NO refund. I call him many times and text him and he does not respond to me at all. I then call member services and explain my situation to them and they tell me to talk to the General manager since the sales people cannot authorize any refunds on their end.
Complete lack of communication on the sales guys' end who did not tell me the right way to cancel my account because according to LA Fitness's policy, you can only cancel two ways and that is calling into member services or going in person to the branch (and both ways need to be within 3 Days of opening your membership according to LA fitness policy). And on top of that completing ignored my calls. Had I known this, I obviously would've called the GM or member services directly. So after member services hears my WHOLE story, they advise I call the GM.
The next day I call him and explain the situation. He says he will process the refund and that it will only take 5–7 days. I had also explained his sales guy said I could get a refund even though I am WAY over the 3 days limit at this point, since LA Fitness lacks complete communication even when the customer is the one reaching out.
The way I felt here is that LA Fitness just wants a person to sign up so they get “credit” for it and then completely do not care once they are a “part” of the gym and definitely do not care if there is some problem. This is where I'd advise they pay close attention because my 600 friends on Facebook and twitter followers are all aware of how annoyed I was going through this process and many of them decided not to join LA fitness (This was around New Years time). Continuing on because this experience gets worse and want to make sure I stress the next part very much because if I didn't have those texts, I would've lost my refund.
So after 5-7 days, actually 2 weeks, I call the GM to tell him I still do not see anything on my card for the refund. He informs me the refund is just sitting there and it has not been processed and says I can call member services to expedite the process.
So once again, I call up member services, have to explain the whole situation again and talk through the texts the sales guy sent and argue that I was told I would still get a refund after three days, and he says “our policy and contract that you sign states in BOLD you are only eligible to cancel and receive a full refund within the first three days of signing up”. Extremely frustrated I state the sales guy said not to worry about the 3 days. This went on back and forth and he says, “If you have proof of that, then we can issue a DOM action”.
Customer beware: LA Fitness will not believe their customers, so I suggest you get everything they tell you in writing. They will screw you over. I told him I have texts from the sales guy that state that and read him the texts. ONLY then did the member services consultant believe me and said he would speak to the GM at my branch and tell them to issue the refund.
After 2 months of this, I finally got my refund back, but honestly, no customer should have to monitor their account to make sure they have received a refund nor tell a business a deal that was told by their employee and me be questioned about it. It shows me the sales guy and the GM at my branch do not know LA Fitness' policy nor comprehend the importance of customer satisfaction despite this whole scenario.
What was even more frustrating is that there is a mentality of “customer is NEVER right” when I was explaining my situation to member services. Instead of arguing with me, you should be focusing on the lies your sales people will say to get someone to sign up with them. Are they that desperate to get someone to officially sign up that they will lie about it? And then on top of that when you cancel, they don't cancel until YOU have to follow up with them?! I'm not your boss that needs to follow up on whether or not you're job.
According to LA fitness policy they shouldn't make promises like that, but the big lesson here is NEVER NEVER believe the sleazy sales guy unless you have it in writing somewhere, because they will not only not ask their own employees, but will not believe you when you tell them that is what he/she said. I was then told to tell the GM in person with the sales guy being present that I was unhappy with the service and that this shouldn't happen to anyone else. Again, it is not my responsibility to train your employees on what is ethical in customer engagement. I was ONLY issued a refund because I had texts to prove that the sales guy said “the three days don't matter”.
According to your policy what the sales guy told me was a lie and I would've been screwed had I not texted him confirming his “false promises”. This took hours to resolve and as a working professional I don't have time to deal with this, so I will probably never recommend LA Fitness despite how good they are solely based on the fact that LA Fitness does not care about their members and though they may say they do, their actions definitely spoke louder than their words in my case. Hope this helps anyone else that is looking to join or switch a gym. Customer BEWARE.
BELLEVUE, WA, WASHINGTON -- I enrolled for a membership for LA Fitness Bellevue, WA a month ago and a training manager approached me and offered me a free training. After he finished the free training he offered me a paid training showing me one sheet of paper including information on different number of trainings per month with different pricing. When I asked him if I can try and cancel it after a month, he told me that I can definitely do that.
Since I enrolled for LA Fitness membership also as a month to month thinking that I can try for a month and I can cancel if I don't like it, I signed electronically on the signing pad attached to his PC. He did not showed me the computer screen for the contract or any printed contract and he just let me sign on the signing pad attached to his PC. After I enrolled for the paid training, LA Fitness Bellevue could not deliver any acceptable training services to me.
The trainers did not show up at the scheduled time most of times and one trainer even did not show up at all and after waiting for more than 30 minutes. Someone told me that he quit LA Fitness Bellevue during the weekend. And he is not available anymore and they don't have any other trainers to do the training to me for me. So I could not get any training after wasting my time for almost an hour. After experiencing all the problems of the training service of LA Fitness for a month I visited them today and wanted to cancel my training and surprisingly the General Manager of LA Fitness Bellevue told me that I cannot cancel it since it is under one year term contract.
I told him that the training manager who sold me the training contract advised me that this is month to month contract while he let me sign through signing pad attached to his PC without showing me any contract to me. And the training service quality has been far from being acceptable. And I need to cancel the training service. He became very upset after hearing this from me and he only kept on saying that I need to keep on paying the monthly training fee for one year with whatever services they are giving to me.
After that he told me that he did not wanted to speak with me when I tried to explain the problems of the training contract sales and the training services more in details. When I asked him if he does not want to speak with me I want to speak with his manager, he told me that he is the highest positioned person at LA Fitness Bellevue. And there is no one that I can speak and then he just disappeared leaving me alone. I think this were really unacceptable experiences that I got from LA Fitness Bellevue and wanted to share the information with everyone.
The sales for the training contract was a scam; the trainers cancelled the training without notice and were normally late for the training and most of all the General Manager of LA Fitness Bellevue did not wanted to speak with me other than saying that I need to keep on paying the monthly training fee for one year with whatever services that I receive from them. I really think that they should cancel my training contract immediately since the sales process was a scam and they could not deliver the acceptable training services.
RIVERSIDE, CALIFORNIA -- After going through the disrespectful treatment at 24 Hour Fitness I decided to go gym shopping. I call La Fitness in Riverside Ca, and speak with a manager. I noticed his attitude was a little pushy, but I'm no push over so he back down after he noticed I was not playing his game. I go to the gym and receive a tour, the managers are being nice and asking why I am leaving 24 Hour Fitness. Then I sit down, and speak to the managers. They started their pressure tactics but soon backed off.
I told them I was leaving and would be back when I'm ready to join. I go back later that evening to learn about the price, and inquire info on Personal training (which they did not want to give me info over the phone or in person during the tour.) After siting down with the manager I spoke to over the phone, the hard sell began. I already knew that I wanted to join but I was not one up for being harassed. He started with a tone of not answering my questions, about the gym, and was quick to get me to sign. So I resisted and made him explain to me every detail in the contract.
His manager noticed that I was not easily sold, so he came over and started his routine. Still I resisted until I understood the contract and the cancellation policies. One last thing I wanted was info on the personal training. These guys refused to give me info on it until I was a member which in some ways makes sense but I was not happy about it. But I feel they were holding back so that I did not leave once I found out how ridiculous the pricing would be. So I sign the contract, but I failed to negotiate the initial fee of $125 which was supposed to be the special. I realized that was my fault.
After I sign this guy comes over to explain, the personal training. Right away he has this very arrogant attitude. He says "so I hear you want personal training" while shaking his head, with a distance gaze that creeped me out. I said "yes" and he just stared at me for about 5-7 seconds then asked 2 other questions and I received the same creepy response from this guy. Then he proceeds to tell me how the training works and the cost. Then tells me he can sign me up now. I tell him, "knowing the price would be nice." He tells me the price and I tell him how I will not pay another initial fee, for the same gym I just joined for personal training.
I negotiated this time, the personal training price was just insane with the $150 initial fee. I tell him that "I cannot afford this" and his attitude goes from, rude to just stupid. He told me he would write out a budget for me so that I could afford the lessons, went on to tell me that my current work out was lame and would not get me anywhere but lame and plain. I returned fire at him and let him know that I am not the person to speak to in that manner. He goes back to trying to sell me then I look him in the eye and tell him I'm not buying his training and got up and walked out.
For all of the nice fancy equipment these guys do not do well in treating their customers. I have decided to work out at another nearby La Fitness because I do not want to encounter these guys. Which the staff at the location in Moreno Valley are much more laid back, but I would still be weary. While being sold lessons I saw a couple get up and walk out on these guys because of their tactics. I was traveling for work while in Tacoma Wa, at a local La Fitness and I saw how this salesman/trainer was harassing this elderly lady into buying lessons. I felt sorry for her and almost intervened.
I will do whatever I can to stop people from encountering these guys, if you need a trainer go to meetup.com and looking fitness of personal trainer, I'm sure you will have a lot to choose from. Also if you do encounter these guys and their hard sell arrogant tactics, just remember they tend to shut up when you walk away:)
EDINA, MINNESOTA -- My husband and I joined the newly-opened LA Fitness in our neighborhood last fall. We were eager to take advantage of our insurance company's fitness center discount and to keep up our workouts over the winter, and were excited about LA Fitness' reasonable rates. I suppose I should have known that I'd get what I paid for.
The first sign of trouble came when we noticed my husband was not receiving his fitness center discounts. I happen to work for the insurance company so I know our side of the process and knew that the correction needed to be made by LA Fitness. I first inquired at our local club and was informed that I would need to call corporate. I called corporate and - after literally waiting on hold for 45 minutes to speak with a representative - was told that there was nothing they could do and to contact my insurance company.
I explained that I worked for the insurance company and knew the problem was on their side - rather than finding ways to assist, the representative proceeded to argue with me and gave me no answers. I went back and forth with the insurance company and LA Fitness. The 3-5 times I had to call LA Fitness back resulted in the same rude, unhelpful, argumentative experience. Even the customer service manager argued with me rather than trying to find a solution. Six months later I was finally able to receive the discount appropriately through the heroic customer service efforts of my insurance company and through no help whatsoever of LA Fitness.
Now that summer has arrived my husband and I went in to cancel our membership so we could spend time outdoors exercising. We intentionally went in on June 1 knowing that our membership started on the first of the month. When we requested cancellation we were informed that we would need to provide LA Fitness with 20 days' advanced notice, plus we would have an extra month (which we paid for in our 2 months' advance payment during enrollment) on top of that - so our cancellation would not be in effect until August 1.
My expectation when we paid the 2 months' advance fees was that the extra month would be refunded upon cancellation. When I want to cancel, I want to cancel now - not in two months' time. The manager on duty only argued with me and refused to entertain even the idea of providing a refund. She instructed me to call corporate - but after my original experiences with corporate's complete lack of customer service and entire apathy toward their customers I have no desire to repeat that experience.
Once this horrific experience ends on August 1 I will never again set foot in LA Fitness - you couldn't pay me enough to deal with this company. I am telling everyone I know how completely horrible my entire experience has been with LA Fitness and wholeheartedly discouraging anyone from interacting with them. Their rates are low for a reason - you don't get any service whatsoever once they have your money & membership commitment... and in fact, they proceed to waste your time with arguments and excuses whenever you have a service-related problem.
My recommendation to anyone who will listen? Avoid LA Fitness at all costs.
ALHAMBRA, CALIFORNIA -- OK here is a story of LA Fitness: I called the Alhambra Branch located at 412 East Main Street, Alhambra and I spoke to a person name **. He offer me the membership at $799 for 2 years and then 99 for renew plan. I told him "I will think about it." I called another branch at Pasadena at 201 S. Lake Avenue Pasadena, CA 91101 the person who I contacted with is name **, he give me the same deal, except I only have to pay 600. So naturally I took my time off work, drive to Pasadena (traffic was hell, took me over 1 hour drive, then I have to pay for the street parking as well) and sign up with **.
Later that day ** called me and found out that I sign up with another branch, then he proceed to sabotage my deal on purpose (which I didn't give him any permission to look into my membership plan.) He called his superior and then later I got a phone call from some guy from the Alhambra branch told me the deal I have is canceled. He told me the deal I got was illegal. Then I asked him "How was that not legal? I called your Gym phone number, speak to your employee, got the quote from him, I drove down there to sign up for membership, at what point the action I did was illegal?"
He didn't answer that. Then I asked him, "What is your name, what is your employee number, how can I know you are legal and what you tell me is legal?" He give me his name as ** with no last name and did not give me his employee number, then hang up on my face promptly which I did not finish talking with him. I called back on the phone. He called me, and there is no one name "**" work there, basically he flat lied to my face. I now hold in my hand a legit contract of my membership which I obtained through the normal legal process, which I took time off my work, and just by 1 phone call from them few hours later, it is now a worthless piece of paper.
DO NOT DO BUSINESS WITH THIS GYM. They deliberately sabotage their own customers, and fight among themselves. They do not keep their word. They are not honest to themselves. They are by far NOT honest to their own customers. What you are dealing is the worst of the worse of corporate American, avoid LA Fitness at all cost. Never join them if you can. And feel free to copy this message into other forums or message board if you want. My email is **. I can provide you with all evidence what I talked about today. If you need a copy of the contract or my phone record, just email me. I want to expose to the world the true nature of LA fitness.
LAKE GROVE, NEW YORK -- I joined LA ** a year ago because I was living at school in Stony Brook and there weren't any other gyms around that town that I knew of, so I pretty much had no choice, seeing as how the gyms Stony Brook provides its students with are overcrowded and under-equipped. I wish I would have known that there was both a Bally's and a World Gym very close by before I joined LAS. I very deeply regret the day I stepped foot into that gym.
I walked in. Told the lady at the desk I was interested in a membership and I wanted to know the price. She snubbed me about the price but started acting overly kind to me and gave me the 'grand tour.' (They work on commission.) The tour lasted about ten minutes and all I wanted to know was the price but she wouldn't tell me until the tour was over. This whole time all the employees were giving me that fake-nice, no-pressure-but-there-really-is-pressure attitude that you would expect from a typical low-life used car salesman, which I did not appreciate.
The lady told me that it was $50 a month with a $150 initiation fee (which is ridiculous), and it took ten minutes of me negotiating and her not budging for her to finally mention that the initiation fee would be $50 less if I only wanted to use that LAS and no other LA **. But otherwise the prices were not negotiable. Also the first and last months' payments were due at signing and you have to give them a credit card number.
When you cancel, you have to tell them at least 10 days before your next payment is due THEN the $50 you spent on your last month is applied for one final month of membership. So, if you realize 9 days before your next payment what a ** LAS is, you still will be charged $50 for another month, then the $50 you already spent will be applied towards your final month. So, you could be stuck for up to 69 days at a gym you no longer want to work out at.
This is because the people that run LAS are so grimy that they need to ensure their incoming cash flow even if their members don't want to work out at LAS anymore. So, the prices were a lot higher than I expected but I had no choice, so I joined.
The first thing I didn't like about LAS was the music they played on the radio, which you had to listen to unless you wanted to work out with headphones or earbuds - which to me are annoying and get in the way. It was nonstop Top 40 Miley Cyrus Taylor Swift Lady Gaga Kanye West **. They never played any good music and to top it all off, in between every song, they played a cheesy-ass LA ** commercial - which got real annoying, real fast.
The next thing about LAS that pissed me off was when they tried to get me to hire one of their "personal trainers." As a new member, every time I walked into the gym, they would bug me to schedule their stupid "complimentary fitness assessment" which I knew was just a lame attempt at selling me a personal trainer. So, to shut them up I finally did it. They made me fill out a ** stupid sheet about my goals then walked me through a dumb** 30 minute circuit workout, which sucked. Then they sat me down - and after I kept telling them I couldn't afford and didn't need nor want a personal trainer - they say "Alright let's do this: $80 a month and you get 2 sessions each month."
I couldn't even believe they would make an offer like that, so needless to say I turned it down. Then they say "Okay, how about this - $40 dollars a month for one session a month" I'm not kidding. So, that was a complete ** waste of my time.
But for me the last straw was when they clipped my lock and threw it out. I would leave my lock on their lockers overnight, because there was an abundance of lockers and I saw that plenty of other people did it. (I would sometimes work out at night and leave right before they closed.) So one day I show up, walk to my locker and someone else's lock is on it. I go up to the front desk and ask them what happened and they told me they clipped it. By the way, nowhere in the locker room or in the gym were there any signs posted saying that you couldn't leave locks overnight, nor was there any fair warning that they clip locks.
So, I wanted to talk to the manager about this because it had really pissed me off. Every day I went to that gym, I would walk in, ask to speak to the manager, they would tell me he was out to lunch. I would work out for an hour, on my way out I'd ask again to speak to him and they would tell me he was still stuffing his fat face (not in those words, obviously).
After 2 weeks, I finally tracked this guy down. His name is ** and ironically this gym manager is a bald, fat sack of crap. Anyway I told him what had happened and asked if the gym could reimburse me considering I had to go out and buy a new lock and I missed a workout (no gym clothes or lock) because the gym I pay so much money to be a member of unfairly clipped my lock.
After a long argument he refused to just give me $5 for the lock I had to replace. ** was trying to get me to leave so he could go on with his busy schedule of eating everything in sight, so he was like "Okay let's move on and let this be a learning experience." And I said "Okay well you can learn from it too. You should put signs up in the locker room warning people that you clip locks left overnight, so this same situation doesn't happen to another paying customer." And ** refused to even do that.
So I cancelled my membership. But I couldn't simply tell them “I want to stop coming to the gym, so stop charging me.” I had to postmark a cancellation request to their headquarters in California. Then I was still being charged money to belong to a gym that I hated with every fiber of my being for another 2 months. And now they keep pestering me with emails every week trying to get me to rejoin, which is just another reason I regret joining.
I just want to mention one more thing. LA ** does not have the atmosphere of a real gym. The company likes to refer to itself as a "fitness studio." They have the atmosphere of a "fitness studio." So if you are the kind of douchebag that would prefer to work out in a "fitness studio" rather than a gym or weight room, and you listen to ** music and don't mind signing a contract that milks every last penny out of you, then LA ** is for you. But if you are a normal person just looking for a good place to work out at a fair price, then please STAY THE ** AWAY FROM LA **!!!!!
TAMPA, FLORIDA -- I am very upset about how LA Fitness is treating us by discriminating us. They simply canceled our membership saying our kids are crying in the kids club without any notice. They have been very hard and talking very rude from the day we joined the club. They started talking badly in front of other customers. Personal trainers threaten you to join the personal training program.
WOODBRIDGE, VIRGINIA -- My wife and I joined earlier this year. After the pushy salespeople were finished the 'manager' comes up who looks like he inhales steroids but they only work on his upper body. He tells us he will train us for free just to 'see the results' but we need to sign up for training. He also tells us we're set up for 1 hour trainings. Well, after 2 months of no one doing an assessment we finally get one done (after losing weight on our own--no personal training). This guy sends these young kids to train us and does nothing but eat and walk around.
Later when we finally get a trainer we like, we find out that we're locked in with the training sessions for a year and we only had 1/2 hour sessions. By now this 'manager' is gone but they just transferred him to another one of their gyms to rip someone else off.
We spoke to the 'owner' who seemed sympathetic however we get a letter from him that says the only way out of the contract is to payout the personal training... even if we cancelled the membership. Now today they took out the membership fee and said 'You didn't mail the letter to the corporate office'.
No one told us we had to go in, cancel and THEN send a letter by snail mail to corporate to get the membership cancelled. Please understand they got paid for an extra month because we didn't cancel within their 30 day time period last month and now paid again this month. Also, you can cancel the membership but can't cancel the personal training.... meaning you can't go in the gym and use up the personal training... What kind of sense does that make?
Avoid this gym at ALL costs! Although this 'manager' has left, they are still only after your money and once you sign a contract you are SCREWED. Find another gym ANYWHERE but DO NOT go there and fall into the trap that is LA Fitness!
1350 SOUTH LOOP 288, DENTON, TEXAS -- My wife purchased me a membership and personal training sessions at LA Fitness in Denton, Texas on December 7th, 2010. At that time she was charged as follows: *$146.12 for initial membership fee, *$222 for personal training set up and first month. She was then billed for these additional sums: *$32.46 on January 5th, 2010 for another month of membership fees.
On January 14th, 2010 I visited the LA Fitness in Denton for my first trainer session which was to include a fitness assessment. When I arrived for my appointment the trainer was sleeping. I woke him up at his desk and he took me over to begin working out on weights. I asked him for a tour since I had never been to the facility. He took me on a tour. He did not know the locker policy for the facility. He then took me over to do some free weights. I told him that I should receive a fitness assessment first. He said he could not do the assessment, and that the proper trainer to do it was not there. He then said I needed a trainer booklet, but could not locate one to give me.
He said, "That's corporate fitness for you. Corporate fitness sucks." I asked what he meant by that. He stated, "LA Fitness fired me from the Lewisville store. The Denton facility was opened too early and we don't even have a scale to weigh you on for the assessment, or the booklet you are supposed to receive." He then was given permission to give me the fitness assessment on my next visit, even though he stated that he was not officially allowed to administer assessments. When I arrived home, I contacted his supervisors and spoke with them about getting a refund as I did not feel comfortable patronizing LA Fitness in Denton after this experience.
My wife spoke with '**' and '**,' both fitness trainer supervisors. Both indicated that they would not refund any money. *$172.00 on January 19th, 2010 we were billed for another month of trainer fees. *$32.46 on March 1st, 2010 when my wife received threatening phone calls requesting that we pay for another month of membership or we would be have 'credit problems.' My wife stated, again, that she wanted the membership cancelled and our money refunded. LA Fitness refuses to refund ANY moneys.