- General Info:
- Founded in 1931, Bally Total Fitness Corporation is one of the largest, commercial operators of fitness centers in the United States. The company maintains more than 300 clubs and serves over 3 million members in nearly 25 U.S. states, Mexico, Korea and China. It operates clubs under the Bally Total Fitness and Bally Sports Clubs brands. The company s clubs offer classes in Pilates, yoga and martial arts. Bally Total Fitness Corporation s clubs also provide group fitness programs and high-impact aerobic and kickboxing sessions. The company offers a variety of private-label nutritional supplements. Its clubs feature cardiovascular and strength training equipment. The company also operates in-club retail stores that provide workout apparel, accessories, beverages and convenience items. It additionally participates in community initiatives and recycling programs. Through the BFIT Communities program, Bally Total Fitness Corporation donates pre-owned equipment to charitable organizations.
- Extra Phones:
Phone: (312) 288-9614
Phone: (773) 525-3955
TollFree: (800) 348-6377
- Payment method:
- discover, amex, master card, visa
- Webster Place Shopping Ctr
- DePaul, North Side, Sheffield
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08/12/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I signed up for Bally with a friend. We were told that all contracts were month to month and we could cancel anytime for any reason. After a month, I decided to cancel but guess what? It turns out there is no such policy and I continued getting billed. I was lied to! I ended up moving soon after to take care of a sick parent so I tried to cancel based on relocation, a very legitimate reason. They would not let me do so without a $50 relocation fee and they conveniently ""never received"" my proof of relocation. So I am still getting bills for hundreds of dollars, phone calls with threats to be turned into collections, all for a membership I don't want and was told I could easily get out of at any time. What a scam! I called the guy who signed me up and he said to not pay anything, I don't owe anything, but I'm still getting these bills and calls. This is ridiculous. If an employee says you can cancel at anytime, is it too much to be able to trust what they are saying and assume they are not blatantly lying? Don't sign up for Bally's. You will find loads of reviews just like this all over the internet. There are other gyms out there that actually do have month to month contracts like they claim!