Hi I just signed up for a years Gym membership 2 weeks ago in WA (The Club ) work has asked me to relocate. I spoke with the manager and under my contact i have to pay reguardless as I was advised. I put a stop on my direct debit through my bank ( not sure if that is legal), I will be speak with the club owner on Monday.
Sorry forgot to mention I need to cancel this membership
Hi Alex , thanks for quick response. Would me having to relocated for work have grounds for acceptable termination. I have read there clauses and there is only mention of if you are unable to attendend Gym due to physiqal injury.
These are exceptional circumstances in my eyes, just want to know if this will be accepable reason, also note I have put a stop on direct debit through my bank , will this cause an issue.
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