The new owner does not honor prior agreements.
Many services are ""no longer available"" such as day care, classes and massage which is why I joined in the first place.
It is not the friendly atmosphere it once was.
WI state law requires that fitness center contracts contain a three-day cancellation right so that new members can think about and cancel the membership if they wish.
If any facility or service becomes unavailable at any time during the length of the contract, the consumer is entitled to choose an adjusted refund or a transfer of the unused portion of the membership to another affiliated center.
A club cannot sell memberships of longer than two years' duration. In addition, when the center has not been built, contracts must guarantee that the facility, service, or location will actually be available for use within six months.
If a center collects more than $100 in advance of providing services, it is required to have a $25,000 form of financial responsibility filed with the state.
For more information contact the Division of Consumer Protection at 800-422-7128
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