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10/15/2013
By: performancecleaners
Life Time Fitness
FAILS to pay local vendorPerformance Cleaners, LLC4694 Cemetery Rd #313Hilliard OH 43026Please send check
12/19/2012
By: sadbutgone
Athletic Club At Metro V
I was a member of this club for over 25 years and stayed with it through many changes. However, I could not watch it continue to go downhill under the current ownership. Their management philosophy seems to be only cost reduction with no concern for service. Dirty and tattered towels, dirty equipment, no soap, no paper towels, reduced hours, facilities out of service. the list goes on. Great location but some people just shouldn't be in a service business. Unfortunately, not recommended.
07/06/2012
By: april.d.wilburn
Life Time Fitness
I never gave my permission or purposefully signed up for LifeTime. I became a "member" because Lifestyle was bought out. Though they said notices were sent, I had no knowledge until I saw the billing later. My LS gym became and AussieFit and I signed up there and thought that was the end of it and all was straightened out. I was not told about LifeTime's involvement. I have been getting billed for LT at least since March. I called today about it and they said I couldn't get back July's (even though just billed) and that I'm going to be charged for August even though I am telling them about it on July 6. The girl I spoke with was nice and all, BUT, I just need to say for myself that I don't believe this is good customer relations and you can bet that no matter how nice that facility may be (I don't know, I've never been there or to any of them) I would never recommend this or any of the LT's due to unreasonable, shady membership attainment and billing practices and unwillingness to work with me.
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