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  1. No problem, thanks again for your help, I'll continue to read the excellent advice you have given and I will keep you informed if any updates. Thank you
  2. Hi slick, just a quick update, since my last post both myself and my wife have both received a txt from crs on 30/03/17 stating it was urgent they spoke to us. And we have also both received a call from crs today 4/4/17 which we both ignored, both calls left automated voicemails. Do I just continue to ignore or is there anything I can do to try put this to bed? I have also as suggested read the court post it made for very good reading and has certainly put my mind at rest As always any help would be much appreciated. Best regards.
  3. Hi slick thank you for the reply. My wife is terrified by the thought of a ccj how do you know it won't go that far?
  4. Also the email response I got stated we received numerous letters however we have only ever received 1 letter each which was from crs asked for the £207.47 each prior to this we have only ever received txt messages stating we are in arrears.
  5. Hi slick, sent the email as you advised and I have had an email response saying the following... Thank you for your email. As advised you both were sent several letters advising you of the status of your membership and to contact ourselves to resolve this to prevent any further administration charges, unfortunately these memberships were left unresolved and have since been passed to CRS. You will need to contact CRS directly on 01444449165 to discuss your arrears. Today I my wife has received a letter from crs giving us 10 days to pay the balance due otherwise they
  6. Hi slick, I have had an email reply regarding the letter I sent to head office and it said the following... Thank you for your letter to Xercise4less. At the beginning of your membership you were sent a welcome email. In this email it explains the terms of your contract along with the terms and conditions. In these it explains that once your membership expires it will automatically renew on to a 1 month rolling period until you provide your 30 days notice in writing/online in which you will need to make a final payment for. Unfortunately by cancelling your direct debit wi
  7. Hi slick thanks again I will do this today and keep you informed. Much appreciated.
  8. Hi slick thanks for the reply, initially it was the gym asking for fees but from crs now via the letters we received yesterday. My wife rang crs yesterday before I was home from work and they have said they would accept £60 end of this month and £60 end of next month but I still begrudge paying that amount for a 9.99 per month membership.
  9. I also offered to pay for December month for both of us as a final good will gesture as I was unaware of any cancellation T's&C's to which they refused.
  10. Hi, I too have a situation with xercise4less for less I could do with some help on... Myself and my wife joined the gym back in 2012 on a special £9.99 a month 12 month membership. I registered my membership over the phone as the gym in wigan hadn't even opened yet therefore signed no contracts or received any cancellation terms and conditions Myself and my wife moved home in summer of 2015 and had since used the gym maybe once after moving. In November 2016 I rang to cancel our memberships and was told it would be dealt with I then cancelled my DD. On 24/11/16 we bot
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