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Published: 15 February 2021

Posted by: Anonymous

What they don’t tell you that the rides expire in 30 days and that they will continue to charge your credit card monthly until you catch it. | They charged me for 6 months and refused to credit any of the charges back. They are masters at the Bait and switch. They lead you to believe that you are signing a release for the 8 rides you purchased. SO new members beware. They don’t care about the honest thing to do. It’s all about how many members that they can scam. | New potential members, please read all the fine print before you take any of their classes. They give you this great sales pitch. They tell you that you can purchase 8 rides for just $99 to be used anytime. The truth is these 8 rides expire in 30 days and they continue to charge your credit card each month. | It’s their way of generating monthly cash flow by scamming members that it is a one time charge. The front desk person, Morgan, is extremely rude and could care less about the consumer. Please be aware of their scam.

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