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  1. Finally after another meeting with the GM of the gym and a delay of another 10 days, the GM accepted to meet today to settle. I'll keep you posted about the result.
  2. Hi Gyzmo, I clearly understand the point of these Companies (in this case my gym). It is their right to attempt to make you sign something and hope you'll forget and make money with it. (which is already not totally fair but right and legal). BUT IN MY CASE: My wife only wanted a subscription for 3 months, the duration of the the offer. We only did the DD thinking it would be only for those 3 months and nothing more. And nobody told us that we were entering an undefinite membership that we have to cancel when we want to stop it. The only place it is written is the "contract" that w
  3. I have a few questions: 1. What is the point to sign a contract if the contract is valid only if you sign the DD. ( If this would be the case, the contract would have only one signature for the DD and the contract itself, why is there 2 signatures then?) 2. My wife originally only wanted to go there for 3 months, and It has not been said to her that she needed to cancel anything, they told her to file the DD implying that the DD is only for 3 months. 3. As a matter of good faith, as the gym has not been used for 19 months and there is absolutly no costs to them, I don't see why they shou
  4. carbon copy: signature clearly left blank ( no doubt the terms and conditions have NOT been signed)
  5. Yeap that was my feeling No signature => no agreement. But when I go to see them, they clearly laugh at me. ( It is clearly part of their business plan: no compassion, no help to try to sort out the matter whatsoever...) They always say that I need to wait for the general manager to contact me (voice or mail). But now that the assistant secretary stopped my DD (according to what she says) and me on my side stopped the DD with the bank, I fear they will try to use that against me as I still have not produce any cancellation letter. 1. Then Should I write a letter to them ? 2.
  6. OK guys, First thank you very much for your help. I think all this case is about knowing if I am bound to the term and conditions of this stupid gym whether or not my wife signed them. So let me be a little bit more precise. Then on the recto of the page: All my wife details have been filled in... And : I have read the terms and conditions on the reverse of this form and agree to be bound to the terms Below: Signature is left blank My answer to Gyzmo would be : what is the point of signing to accept the terms and conditions by signing them if the fact I go there once valid
  7. Thank you all for your help. Do not worry make_me_happy, direct debit has been suspended in agreement with them ( however I would not recommend to someone else to do that without it to have been agreed with the gym) Martin 3030: I did NOT sign anything else apart from the direct debit authaurization. The terms and conditions WHICH WE HAVE NOT SIGNED specified that we have to write them to cancel the subsciption. I DO HAVE the membership application form copy where the box where I am supposed to sign to agree the terms and conditions is left blank. ( I think we have more to argu
  8. Object: I need legal advices because I feel really (edit) and I would like to know if I can win this in court. IMPORTANT .. PLEASE READ POST 19 Please let me explain my problem. My wife suscribed a gym in june 2005. She benefited from an offer for 3 month I think, or anyway she onlly wanted to register for 3 months. She filled in all the paper BUT DID NOT SIGN the accept terms and conditions box. On my side, as she asked me, I SIGNED the direct debit. We have not been told the it was for an automatic renewal, neither that we have to write them a letter to cancel the subscript
  9. Object: I need legal advices because I feel really stolen and I would like to know if I can win this in court. Please let me explain my problem. My wife suscribed a gym in june 2005. She benefited from an offer for 3 month I think, or anyway she onlly wanted to register for 3 months. She filled in all the paper BUT DID NOT SIGN the accept terms and conditions box. On my side, as she asked me, I SIGNED the direct debit. We have not been told the it was for an automatic renewal, neither that we have to write them a letter to cancel the subscription (after the 3 months). Basically, t
  10. Object: I need legal advices because I feel really stolen and I would like to know if I can win this in court. Please let me explain my problem. My wife suscribed a gym in june 2005. She benefited from an offer for 3 month I think, or anyway she onlly wanted to register for 3 months. She filled in all the paper BUT DID NOT SIGN the accept terms and conditions box. On my side, as she asked me, I SIGNED the direct debit. We have not been told the it was for an automatic renewal, neither that we have to write them a letter to cancel the subscription (after the 3 months). Basically, t
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