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Future Fitness / TOTAL SCAM

Mar 15, 2011

Future Fitness is a total rip off. They got me to come in to take their tour in December and see about their "$1 down, $10 a month", which only ends up being for the first 3 months, then you have to pay $44 a month after that FOR 33 MONTHS!! I notified Matt, the assistant manager who was also the sales person that day, that it was supposed to be a gift from my mother for Christmas. After his speech was over, I realized that this was definitly not what I thought it would be and was too much for me to even suggest to my mother. He was so pushy and made me feel so uncomfortable that I just said I...

Future Fitness - New Jersey, Mount Laurel / Poor Service


When I first started it was a nice gym with good equipment. That was 5 years ago. The equipment is not cleaned or maintained properly. The staff is useless. There is a member there that myself and other members have had issues with. This member monopolizes machines for 2 to 3 hrs, one particular machine, is the only one of its type in the gym, but despite the complaints, no rules are put in place to be fair to others. The member uses the machine for 2 or as long as 4 hrs and they do not put any limit on this machine. People like this you find in most places, because there lives are so...

Future Fitness / Awful company


Please do not join Future Fitness. My husband and I have been members of the Cherry Hill facility for about a year and a half. I am a morning person and would hit the gym on Saturday and Sunday mornings. When I would show, 7ish on Sat, 8ish on Sun, much of the equipment would either be broken or not turned on. I would mention it to the front desk but never seemed to improve. We finally decided it was not worth the membership and it was time to end this relationship. I called the end of December, knowing full well I would have to give 90 days notice. I learned I could not quit via the phone...

Future Fitness - New Jersey, Mullica Hill / High pressure/ frivolous tactics


I won't complain about their pricing - which is too much for what they offer - compared to other clubs. I won't complain about the decor, which is modern aircraft-hangar. What i would like to complain about, is their high pressure sales tactics and frivolous rules. They give you only one visit to see the club and actually sign up (which by the way requires you read approx a 2000 word contract - bring your reading glasses??) What reputable business would do that? If the product/service is good, it'll be good an hour, day, week or month from now. And it gets even worse (here...