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Agreements with self-renewing provisions always pose a problem because it is not clear either to the Court to Attorneys what the parties intended.
It would be extremely helpful to your case if you found your copy of the letter canceling your membership and/or remembering the name of the person at the desk with whom you left it. You can complain to the California Attorney General's Office. Here is their Official website with their Complaint which you can fill out. They might be more agreeable to settling this situation with you if they felt the Attorney General's Office on their back and threatening an investigation,
So what is the Official website for the California Attorney General's office. I have one more question, Is it not unreasonable for a business to run up the bill like this....one thing they did not do was call me and I still have the same phone number now as I did then.....no calls from them? Are they not responsible after 3 months to send a certified letter to me? This went on for 2.5 years before I even got a letter.
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Here is the Official website of the California Attorney General for filing Complaints:
The issues you raised, should also be raised, if it becomes necessary to sue them. However, it is not illegal, and the government cannot legally regulate the inner policies and workings of businesses
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