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David Lloyds Gym - Cancelling within 30 days of joining

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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
My friend just joined david lloyds around 2 weeks ago and hes on a £78 a month 12 month contract and he's not sure if the gym for him - I know that theres usually a grace period with joining e.g cancelling within 30 days - does david lloyds have anything similar to that - or is there a consumer law you can quote to cancel?

Daniel
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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
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#1
£78 a month?? that alot lol!
#2
RBH
£78 a month?? that alot lol!


Yer i thought so
#3
average by me is 25-40 and they have everything even spa treatments and sun beds lol!
#4
Anno for £78 a month I'd expect them to move me whilst doing the workout.
#5
AshleyRFC
Anno for £78 a month I'd expect them to move me whilst doing the workout.


:giggle:
#6
Any answers guys ?
#7
has he called David Lloyd to see what they say,or checked the contract under rights to cancel?
#8
boothy
has he called David Lloyd to see what they say,or checked the contract under rights to cancel?


i said id have a look for him and see what the terms are which = hukd

I found this online so probably hes stuck now
When you join a gym you usually sign a credit agreement to pay membership fees for a minimum amount of time (typically 12 months). This is a legally-binding contract, and you can't cancel simply because you've changed your mind, or because your circumstances change. But check the terms of your contract for rights to suspend or terminate the membership. Otherwise, you may only be able to cancel within the contract period only if the gym fails to provide a satisfactory service.
#9
he has no chance of cancelling,thats why they offer trial periods and suchlike,if he cancels his dd they will send it to a debt recovery agency and he wont be able to use the gym either

best to approach them directly and try to negotiate
#10
did he sign up on the premises? apparantly it makes a difference and would mean no cooling off period (so i heard once)

78 quid is absolutely ridiculous tho lol, my total fitness sub works out at 26 per month (pay year up front)
#11
If I remember rightly you have to give 3 months notice to cancel.
#12
£78 a month? He obviously did a great deal of research before signing up then?

Can't say I've got much sympathy tbh.
#13
its 3 months notice on the old contracts..... Get him to go in there and ask... .. terms may have changed.

Grace does not work at David Lloyds... ... you might find Kath or celine :P

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