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Cancel Curves Membership

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    How to Cancel Service

    Curves is a women’s only gym that operates in small locations throughout the United States. The gym focuses on a 30-minute circuit with a repeating music and exercise sequence that plays constantly throughout the day. Gym goers can hop into the cycle whenever they like and follow it for one full round for a complete workout. Curves does not utilize free weights; only circuit machines are used. To become a member of a Curves gym, you have to sign a contract. The Curves forum explains how to cancel that contract.

    The Curves forum lists the exact means of cancelling your Curves contract posted via corporate headquarters. You can read the forum post without signing up for the forum here http://www.curvesforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=13831. If you are a month-to-month member of Curves, you can cancel at any time by letting your Curves gym owner know you wish to cancel before the next payment date. You also have no additional fee to pay if you have been a member of Curves for more than one year and you did not sign a new contract. At the end of one year, your membership immediately changes to a month-to-month – so no fee.

    If you are in the middle of a one-year contract, tell your gym owner that you’d like to cancel. You will be charged a $10 fee for each month you have been a member of the gym up to $50. For instance, if you have been attending the gym for three months and you wish to cancel your Curves membership, you’ll have to pay a $30 fee. However, if you have been a member for 10 months, you will be charged the maximum fee of $50 to cancel your membership. This cancellation policy is for members who use the check draft to pay monthly.

    If you have a yearly contract, you will be docked $10 for each month remaining on the contract so your refund will be reduced by the number of months left on the contract multiplied by $10.

    Each Curves gym is owned by an independent franchisee. According to Curves, the franchisee has the right to refuse your cancellation request at any time.

    Is There an Early Termination Fee?

    Yes, there is an early termination fee associated with cancelling your membership early. See the above explanation.

    Early Termination Policy

    There is no designated early termination policy. If you are past the first year, your contract is month-to-month and no Curves club can force you to stay in the contract, but if you are in the middle of a contract, they can force you to pay off the remaining months.

    Will They Work With Me to Avoid Cancel Fees?

    This depends on the Curves owner. Some owners are willing to work with clients and others force clients to stay in their contracts until the very end even if they move away.

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    8 Comments on “Cancel Curves Membership
    1. would like some information on curves that have still been debiting my account even after i thought my 12 months was up and had not bothered to contact me in 8 months as to why i was not attending their facility

    2. i personally think that curves is not a good program as it requires you to buy food that is expensive, also who in hell can go to a place 4 or more times per week. and it s too expensive. I do not think i should be penalized for the program not working for me and I want to stop it.

    3. I think it is awful when they know you are ill, and become unable to physically participate in the program,and they still take your money. To me that’s stealing from the member. And there’s nothing you can do.

    4. I canceled with a doctors note, which they told me I could do. They didnt tell me that it was going to be just a hold on the account. They supposedly emailed me that I will be put on hold, rather than cancel. I feel they just stole from me. I was never told this was happening. I feel like an idiot getting pulled into this contract. Now, I will have to pay overdraft fee’s, borrow money. etc. Will never go back there. Too expensive for what they offer.

    5. I’m thinking of cancelling my Curves Membership, I was so hyped about joining Curves after I signed the contract realized my Curves is only opened from 7am and from 8am – 12pm on the weekends. The bad part is I live in a small time and this is the only Curves in our area. I work from 8-6 so when am I supposed to workout on these ours and to top it off the staff is always gossiping about members. I will cancel my membership and shut down the bank account the funds are drafed on. I really do need to workout I’m paying for a service I”m not ussing.

    6. I signed up about 6 months ago and was very motivated to go everyday. I was not working as much and did go the few times that I could. I started working 7am to 7 pm so that being said I could not make it to my curves location in time. I called to cancel the other day since my contract will be up and I was told I had to go in and bring in a letter. I am a little upset I can’t just sent an email or fax since I moved 20 miles away from that location! I did find another gym called youfit that only charges me $10 a month and provides a section for circuit training.

    7. I have just lost my job and went into ask if I could cancel my memebership due to financial hardships and was told no, you are locked in for another 6 months so you may as well use the time to exercise. When I explained that I will not beable to honour the payment I was told well it will be debited. I feel after 6 months I should have the option to cancel, or at least pay a months fee and be let go.

    8. I want to cancel my membership, as I’ve not used it since June/July 2013. I have tried calling, since I can no longer make it to Curves during the hours they are open, and can get no one to answer the phone, or call me back after leaving messages. I will try to send them a letter and see if that will help. I knew I signed up for a 6 month contract, and have no problems paying for that. It’s ending in December, and I don’t want them continuing to draft my bank. If that doesn’t work, maybe my bank can help me by blocking their drafts, or something. Hopefully that won’t be necessary and they’ll accept my letter as cancellation. Fingers crossed.

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