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Hi all

 

I have been in a contract with xercise4less for over my 12 month period and have since joined a new gym!

 

I cancelled my dd as was now 'out of contract'

 

I have just received a letter from hardlands group demanding a 25 quid admin fee and the cancellation period fee?

 

Can I just ignore this? I am moving house soon in any case...

 

Any help appreciated thanks!

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Moved to the gym forum

 

Plenty to read here

 

DX


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Thanks Dx! Don't want to spend time worrying about nothing

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Hi Tom and welcome to CAG

 

Not a good idea to ignore this, especially if you're moving soon. That leaves you open to court action being taken using the old address and you'd know nothing about it until you find a CCJ registered against your CRA file. Court action is highly unlikely but you shouldn't take the risk.

 

Instead, read other threads where folk failed to give notice and adapt a letter to send to Harlands. Example here - http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?445378-Harlands-Xercise4less&p=4732307&viewfull=1#post4732307

 

Add to the letter - "I will deal with matter in writing only."

 

You'll see from other threads that many folk have done the same as you but you should NOT have to pay more than 1 month's fee.

 

Keep us updated. :-)


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Should I give them my new address I'm awfully confused about the whole thing

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Hi Tom,

 

Yes, for the reason I gave above, give Harlands your new address when writing your letter.

 

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