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Businiess name:  Thomas Clifford's Martial Arts
Review by:  citysearch c.
Review content: 
First, I was completely turned off by their strong-armed, persistent sales tactics. They will corner you into signing up for 6 months right after your first class, at $100/mo. They will tell you that this price includes beginner and advanced classes (""BBC""). Then, after you advance to BBC, they will corner you again and try to get you to sign up for another year at $150/mo, and basically tell you that you can't continue with advanced classes until you do this. Mind you, this is way before your first contract is up, so you are signing up for 18 months total. They will text you nonstop and call you when you miss too many classes (in their opinion). They have called me on my cell phone twice in one day to see when I am coming to class. But it is not because they are concerned about you, it is all about sales and pressure tactics.

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