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Hi,

 

I am going through a similar situation, I cancelled my membership with Golds Gym after 12 months membership, I got a letter from Credit Resolution Services a couple months back demanding £156 for missing one payment of £25 which was the last month of the membership, I have contacted CRS and the Gym to offer to pay the last months fee which was rejected and told I need to pat £156, they constantly call me, as well as emails. I have now had an email to say if I do not pay they will hand it over to Zinc Group LTD. 

What do I do going forward? 

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Hi Grantley and welcome to CAG

 

I've moved your post into a new thread you can use from now on.

 

When you offered to pay £25 for the cancellation period, was this offered verbally or by letter or email. 

 

If in writing, what did you tell them.

 

Zinc will do nothing when you ignore them as you'll see from hundreds of similar threads here.

 

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