Some of your complaints just make me laugh. I've been a member for over 2 years, and I work out at the Victoria Street Anytime Fitness club.
I was with Goodlife in downtown Kitchener for over 9 years. I left Goodlife because of *** manager types, in your face promoting by thier sales people while I was trying to work out. I have heard that half-of the members of the Anytime Fitness, Kitchener-Cambridge clubs, went to collection, which means, peoples wallets were not paying THEIR membership fees, when it was required to be taken out of someone's bank account. This issue, is not the problem of the club owners Brian or Lisa, or otherwise their staff.
The issue is of people, who are signed membership, who do not understand that, if you have a membership there or anywhere ... you need to have m-o-n-e-y in your account(s) to pay for the service you want. If you cannot pay ... then why should the club(s) keep you as a memeber, likely just so you can use their location(s) for FREE?Some people on here, complaining about money issues, billing concerns, rules and regulations, pre-paying/authorization plans, need to get thier own priorities straight, and fig'ger out what is more important in your lives.
Having a gym pass per month, paid in-full, or owning an expensive vehicle, smartphone(s), buying high-end clothing, or else living in a costly house with high bills per month to be paided.Once, the complain'ers, pick from thier high-end things that they all want in life ...
for instead, a gym memebership, and can actually pay for it, then perhaps the Anytime Fitness locations in Kitchener-Cambridge, will remove or modify thier pre-arrangement plans, considering, then peoples monthly payments will n-o-t bounce. Plus, the only reason why most if not, all, Anytime Fitness clubs are small, is because of thier business modules.
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