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  1. Hi Slick132 Its different as you would have imagined. I had BMF gym membership via work and this personal trainer. Albeit I wanted to conquer the world Didnt work out very well I have paid full 500£ and there is no signed documents about PT sessions or their terms. Thanks Sunny
  2. Thanks for the detailed advise. Please see responses below 1. I'll stop the Phone/SMS contact and download all test messages to a letterpad as advised. 2. He is an independent PT but also works at the GYM. His work at GYM is the GYM Trainer and offers PT sessions independently but he has an arrangement with the GYM that his clients don't need to have GYM membership separately and they are covered under his insurance itself when they work out at the GYM under his guidance for the duration of a PT session. 3. For first set of 20 classes I paid via Account transfer but those 20
  3. Hello All, I signed up with a GYM and within the gym also signed up with a personal trainer. I signed up for 20 sessions for 500£ and over the course of time, I used them all. During this time, I made friends with the personal trainer and he asked if I would like to sign up for another 20 and I was happy to. He asked if I could pay him cash as that would save him money and I did. For the first payment that I made in his bank account, I had received a acknowledgement on email but not for the second cash payment. There was no written agreement signed or emailed in either
  4. Thanks Mate.. I have emailed my HR and so far have had no response but will keep the forum updated. Cheers
  5. Cheers for responding, I totally lost this one. To provide answer to your inquiry, I am a permanent member of staff with my company. My employer provides annual flexible benefits and one of them is gym membership before tax deduction. The third party through which they provide this benefit is engaged by the HR department and its GYMFLEX which finally liasons with the GYM. Everything is offered to permanent employee via our company website allowing us to choose 2 times a year if we wanted a certain benefit in a yearly cycle which is open to employees twice a year Bas
  6. Hello All, I have an annual membership with British Military Fitness which was taken via Salary deduction through my company via third party provider GYMFLEX. I trained with BMF for 2 months but had an injury on 1st of March in my left ligament and have not been able to train since. I wrote to my company HR as advised by GYMFLEX , along with recommendation from my physio for 3 month no boot camps that BMF provides since its not a GYM but boot camp setup only in outdoor parks, and the response sent back is as follows. 'Thanks for your patience whilst we looked into thi
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