Gym franchises are convenient and have state-of-the-art equipment that you probably won't normally have access to in an at-home gym. Gym members can also take advantage of group fitness classes, spas, pools, and extra amenities. Why wouldn’t anyone want to join a gym? The business practices and cancellation policies are so atrocious at most gym franchises in order to retain business. If a gym franchise can continue to bill you monthly after you cancel, or can charge a “termination” fee, then they retain a certain amount of profit at the expense of the consumer.
All Star Fitness is a gym franchise that was based in Oregon. As of 2013, All Start Fitness was acquired by West Seattle Athletic Club.
Gym members at All Star Fitness took to the message boards and social networks when it came to exposing the horror stories of All Star Fitness. Check out these posts from two former All Star Fitness members regarding the terrible cancellation policies and customer service of All Star Fitness.
For membership and cancellation information defer to this website. According to the policy, "All requests for membership cancellation or changes must be submitted in written form. Please note that fees may apply. OAC cannot accept responsibility for account changes of any kind without a written request. Thirty (30) days notice before your billing date is required for cancellation."
If you need to cancel your All Star Fitness membership, or have other gym membership cancellation questions, let CancelWizard help.
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