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About gymgymgym

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  1. Yes, the deposit was protected. We have the option of opening a dispute with the DPS, but would like to try first of all reaching a sensible agreement with him (unlikely), or at the least would like to know where we stand on the issues outlined above. Thanks for the reply,
  2. Hi, My housemates and I are currently having trouble getting a reasonable amount of our deposit back from our landlord. After various letters to and fro, we've eventually managed to get an itemised and priced list (a month after the end of the tenancy), and I would be interested to hear what others have to say about this before we reply. The landlord is claiming a large sum of money for cleaning services, on three occasions. Two were midway through our tenancy, when the landlord decided the house was too messy, and let cleaners in without our knowledge or consent (the co
  3. Letter was posted on Tuesday, and haven't heard anything since the early hours of Wednesday morning. Seems to have done the trick; I'll post again if not! Thanks again,
  4. Just wrote a letter to them: As per guidance from the Office of Fair Trading I ended my membership by informing a representative of the gym and canceling my direct debit: Again, as per guidance from the OFT these actions should bring the matter to a satisfactory close: Yours Faithfully,Hopefully that will solve things. If not, is simply ignoring them a sensible course of action? Thanks for the help,
  5. Hi there, Similar situation to you. (Stupidly) signed a 36 month contract with Ashbourne in ~May 2012, now need to cancel due to change in circumstances. Read all the OFT advice, and decided to just cancel the direct debit. Got a text today asking me to call them about my outstanding payment. Unfortunately I'm not completely sure which contract (1-13, or a newer one?) that I signed, but I'm banking on the 36 month-ness of it all being enough. Especially in conjunction with this little page on the Ashbourne website (can't post the link; google "ashbourne_management_news.php") Par
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