I am currently a college student, so I don't live at home, and can only make it home every few months, so when I was checking my bank statements from the last few months I finally got from home I was shocked to see I had been charged WAY more than I had agreed to. I talked to the owner, and he told me what was happening was that they were attempting to charge my card, it was being denied, they would add $20, then a few days later they would try again, $20 more dollars, then repeat, until it would "randomly" go through.
The owner said I likely had insufficient funds, but I knew that not to be the case, plus I have overdraft protection. So I called my bank/VISA and asked them about it, and they told me with 100% certainty that they had not denied ANY transactions for the previous months, and that the only "transaction approval requests" they had received from SnapFitness were the ones appearing on my statement as paid. After I got ahold of the owner again he told me he would send me the transaction denied statements via email in a few minutes, and I asked him to throw in a copy of the contract I had signed as well. He agreed, but it's the next day and I have received NOTHING from them.
Beware, they will overcharge you, play dumb about it, and when you call them out they will offer proof and not send it. Trying to decide if dealing with these people in small claims court is worth the hassle.
Product or Service Mentioned: Snap Fitness Membership.
Monetary Loss: $200.