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  1. jampot - I went round the block a few times and pressurised them to point where they where they were sending everything I asked for like copies of contracts, emails etc. I ended up paying 2 months instead of three. I noticed on the contract that I hadn't ticked the box allowing them to send me mail etc and brought up the point that they have been sending me promotional text messages etc. which was a breach of my contract. I hadn't kept any of these junk texts as proof, so I dropped it in the end, but it may be a good point for people to use in the future if in the same position. I made them
  2. Hi, I recently transfered some money onto a credit card to gain advatage of the 0% offer. when I looked at the balance on my old credit card a week later the new credit credit card company had requested the money twice but it had only shown up once on the new card. This meant I was then in credit on my old card and had gained money :grin: ! Now a month later the new credit card company sent me a letter saying sorry for the inconvenience but to resolve the situation could I give authorisation on my old card for them to take it back! If i've already taken the money off the old card, am
  3. Hi, I recently transfered some money onto a credit card to gain advatage of the 0% offer. when I looked at the balance on my old credit card a week later the new credit credit card company had requested the money twice but it had only shown up once on the new card. This meant I was then in credit on my old card and had gained money ! Now a month later the new credit card company sent me a letter saying sorry for the inconvenience but to resolve the situation could I give authorisation on my old card for them to take it back! If i've already taken the money off the old card, am I res
  4. thanks for all your replies I've sent them an email asking them to send me a copy of my contract with my signature on it. I said if I don't receive it. i'll assume you don't have it! Whether I get a response is another matter! They have already agreed I didn't receive my training session but they still think I owe them £78 I have been given a name at head office, so i'm taking it to the next level. The issue I think I am going to make is the fact it is unreasonable after a years contract, to expect me to give 3 months notice when 1. I didnt get my training programme (good point blue lagoon,
  5. Hi I signed a membership document and apparently it was in the terms and conditions to give three months notice. The original membership included 3 free training sessions designed as a fitness programme that was not followed through. When I told them I wanted to cancel and I found out it was 3 months, I said I thought this was excessive especially in consideration that they didn't keep their part of the contract. I tried to resolve the situation by going in to see them, sending emails etc. I said I would give 1 months notice, they said they wanted two. It was left by them sending me a
  6. Can esporta legally make you give 3 months notice to cancel a membership, even when youve been a member for over a year??? On top of this I didn't get 3 training sessions as promised when I initially joined. There is more to story but some general feedback would be great. Thanks
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