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Thousands of Californians who train at Crunch Fitness may be entitled to cash awards from the gym, but sadly, most of them are unaware of how fast and discreet it is to apply.
California law prohibits businesses from including in their contracts any provisions waiving the consumer’s right to make a statement or leave a review about the business. When businesses fail to comply, consumers may receive $2,500 for the initial violation, $5,000 for each subsequent violation, and an additional $10,000 if the violation was willful.
QUICK VERSION: If you signed up with Crunch Fitness in California in 2018, you may qualify for a cash compensation of $2,500, $5,000 or $10,000 from your gym. Applying for a claim evaluation is quick, discreet, and there is absolutely no cost.
Many businesses have changed their contracts to comply with the California statute. Several Crunch Fitness gyms, however, allegedly continue trying to ban their customers’ reviews. Recently, many people came forward and expressed that this is unacceptable!
Californian Consumers Deserve Justice and Compensation From Crunch Fitness
The California statute dictates that a contract for the sale of consumer services may not include a provision waiving the consumer’s right to make any statement regarding the services. Any company that violates this statute shall be subject to a civil penalty of $2,500, for the first violation, $5,000 for the second violation and $10,000 if the violation is willful.
People who likely qualify for cash compensation:
(1) Have signed up for a gym membership with Crunch Fitness in 2018 in California;
(2) Have unknowingly waived their right to leave reviews about Crunch Fitness when they signed up online with Crunch Fitness.
Yes, qualifying is that simple!
Maybe What Happened To Me Wasn’t That Big Of A Deal
Some consumers will downplay what happened to them… Keep in mind: not only does Crunch Fitness limit your right to speak out freely, but they may even try to unfairly cancel your gym membership when you voice a complaint or leave an unfavorable review. It is simply not fair that Crunch is trying to limit its customers’ rights and their freedom of speech…
No matter how minor this violation may seem to you, the gym still may be obligated to pay you cash compensation, as provided by law.
The time to request cash compensation is limited by statute. So, Don’t Miss Your Window Of Opportunity – take one step closer to protecting your rights and holding gyms accountable….