OK, so I thought it was just me and while I am still ""steaming"", I figured let me check out Better Business Bureau and/or reviews online before I make a phone call to complain. I have another appt. set up for next week and now quite honestly after after reading these reviews i'm not going to waste my time with either. Rather, I will just seek out another gym in my area. I have never in my life as a consumer, exp. such pressure! It's true, these sales people are like robots and rude beyond belief. I was treated horribly and made to feel like I need them! I also felt like I was treated like a child. I was going in for the ""$10/month"" deal and made it clear on the phone that is what was bringing me in. I also made it clear that I just wanted classes. I had no idea when I got there that I'd be in for such a lecture and that over an hour of my time was required. After the first salesman clearly was ""done"" with me and I asked for a manager, I dealt with the GM. While he generally was nicer than the first guy, he looked like he seriously needs to let up on the ""roids"". Basically I got the same robotic speech. I started taking notes because that is how I ""roll"" and he stopped mid-convo to tell me that I was not allowed to take notes because if I did, I couldn't possibly comprehend what he was telling me. To which, I responded that I was an adult business woman and I was fully capable of ""walking and chewing gum"" at the same time and was a master at ""multi-tasking"". To pacify him, I put the pen down momentarily and then just proceeded to take notes. We talked about my goals and I basically said that I just needed to get out of the house more and to de-stress. I told him I hadn't been in a gym in years as I run primarily for fitness and while I'm not in the shape I was 15 years ago, if I lost a few pounds and toned up, that would be great, but that wasn't my primary motivating factor for joining....again, I need to de-stress. He went on/on about cardio vs. strength training and at times quizzing me about metabolism, etc. WTF, I'm no expert! I told him I was VERY BUSY that I needed to get out of there ASAP to go visit my mom in a nursing home and all I wanted to do was pay for a membership so I could go visit my mom and get back to work and start with fitness classes next week. He told me that I was ""Type A"" personality and I was very controlling. Gee, I didn't know that membership hindered on a ""Myers-Briggs"" evaluation. Is this a gym or am I interviewing for a job? He told me there was no way I was going to control the membership process. He then basically told me I was miserable and that I'd be a much happier person if I just attained my fitness goals. What goals? I didn't state any goals other than I needed to de-stress. While he did ""peg"" me as Type A-controlling and while I might be a bit miserable (LOL - walk in my shoes the past few years) I usually don't bother anyone. Again, I came with debit card in hand and all I wanted to do was sign a membership (and probably he could have made $ off of me) and get started with doing classes. Un ""F-ing"" real! What a shame, beautiful club in Mullica Hill, but I'd be a fool to give these people my $ after what I experienced!