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David Lloyd Gym cancellation

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My wife and I joined David Lloyd Gym in 2013.

In 2018 she cancelled her membership on health grounds.

I continued with a membership.

 

The gym changed the terms and cost of my membership twice with regard to the times that I could attend, facilities that I could use and branches that I could visit. I now wish to cancel my membership but have been told that I need to give three months notice. This amounts to £240.

 

I must have signed an original contract but wasn’t aware of this rule.

The gym won’t give me a copy of the original contract to verify what I signed for (GDPR) When my contract changed after my wife left I wasn’t given a new contract to sign.

 

The gym argues that as I continued to pay my membership monthly I must have agreed to their terms.

Naturally I’m a bit annoyed but is there any chance getting out of the three moths cancellation fees?

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Hi Hen and welcome to CAG

 

Read through the thread that DX has linked for you above.

 

I still maintain that David Lloyd's requirement for 3 months notice to quit is unfair and out of step with the rest of the gym market.

 

I would let the gym take just one month's after the day you gave notice to quit (whether this was verbal or in writing) and then cancel the DD mandate via your bank.

 

When the gym or ARC come back complaining, use the letters in the other thread to draft a reply but keep it very short and simple. Refer only to their 3 month notice period being unfair - say nothing about other issues.

 

Keep us posted .........


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Thread moved to Gym Forum for you.

 

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