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conscientious Body Boutique

I second kaw7987's feedback. It's a great place but my budget needed to be trimmed and this had to go. I couldn't justify continuing my membership because I need workout classes starting at 5:00 a.m. in order to get to work in Kansas City by 7:30 each day. The ENTIRE notion of being required to write a letter to the company that handles their accounts, specifically requesting that your membership be discontinued, AND sending that letter by certified mail is such BAD PRACTICE. Now that I've been dealing with this, I can't tell others how many other women have told me how much they detested the place because of thIS same thing. When I can afford a gym membership again, I'm taking my business to Maximus. It's very sad because the women who run the fitness classes that I've attended are sweet, supportive, and much better than this gym's owners.

Emily Campbell replies...

Must have been nice! Not, but when I went to cancel my membership I had to pay a fine plus find someone else to take over my contract.

inipals replies...

I agree. Now I understand the way they work. It is a very COWARDLY management system. Body boutique is locally owned. It is not affiliated with other companies (well except for that color studio). They use ABC Financial to deal with their billings only. ABC Financials works for them, not the other way around. So actually Body Boutique has FULL authorities to help their customers with their issues regarding the contract, while ABC Financials do not. But they do not have the guts to deal with their customers face to face when it is regarding how they cheat the customers off. They choose to hide behind the financial company also to make it as if they do not have any say regarding the contract or other the financial issues. They basically trying hard to cover up their own b*tts without any regards to their customer. Really, avoid them at all cost!