- Aug 14, 2012
This goes back all the way to Bally's and then Golds, etc.. that came up with these long term contracts.. If all the with New Year's resolutions folks that signed up actually worked out over a month, we would be working out at home because we couldn't get through the front door.
Yea, Bally's was signing up contracts like they were loans. There was no way out of them until large law suits got started. I think every state in the USA filed a law suit on them including the SEC. Here in Texas they were sending past due notices out to people who had already quit trying to force them into paying again. They got sued by the state over that. They pretty much got sued into bankruptcy. Fitting end to a corrupt organization.