Frequently Asked Questions
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How can I cancel my membership?
- Chuze Fitness requires a 10 day written notice prior to any monthly or annual billing date to cancel and avoid any future charges.
- Memberships must be in good standing prior to cancellation.
- You may cancel by coming in to any Chuze location and signing our cancellation form.
- Unable to cancel in person? Not a problem! You can send us a letter or fax us a written statement containing your name, the reason for cancellation, and your authorized signature.
- To obtain our mailing address or fax number, please contact your Home Club.
- If you signed up for a 12 month commitment, we still require a full 10 day notice before any billing date in order to cancel and avoid future charges.
- If you are cancelling within the 12 month commitment, you may be subject to a $50 cancellation fee prior to cancellation.
- Please review your membership agreement carefully to understand the cancellation policy and $50 cancellation fee.
Buyer’s Remorse Clause:
- For brand new memberships, you are entitled to a 5 day buyer’s remorse refund if you choose to cancel.
- If you notify Chuze Fitness of your intent to cancel within 5 business days, you will receive a full refund. Please review your membership agreement carefully to understand the buyer’s remorse clause.
When is my Annual Fee charged?
The Annual Fee occurs 90 days after your enrollment date, and then once per year thereafter. Annual Fee dates differ depending on the date you enrolled. Please review your membership agreement carefully to understand when your Annual Fee occurs. You are more than welcome to contact your Home Club to get more information about the Annual Fee.
Can I transfer my membership to another person?
Memberships are non-transferrable, and cannot be transferred from one person to another.
Can I put my membership on hold?
Because of the nature of our month-to-month memberships, we are only able to freeze or put memberships on hold due to medical or military purposes, as long as documentation is provided.
- Medical: Temporary medical situation in which the member is unable to utilize the facility for a specified amount of time.
- Military: Temporary active-duty military transfer or deployment to a location more than 25 miles from a Chuze Fitness location.
If you find that you are unable to use your membership due to a medical or military purpose, please provide documentation to your Home Club.
How do I update my billing or pay my bill?
In order to update your billing information on file or make a payment, you may do so by visiting your local Chuze Fitness, logging into our secure Billing Portal (www.myiclubonline.com) or utilizing our mobile app.
Chuze generally communicates with our members about their accounts via email. Please check to see if your email address is current. You can do so by logging into our secure Billing Portal, or by calling/visiting your local Chuze Fitness.
How old do I have to be to workout at Chuze?
- To become a member, you must be at least 16 years old. We require that a parent or legal guardian be present during enrollment.
- If you are between the ages of 13-15, you are more than welcome to workout as the guest of a parent or legal guardian. They must accompany you in the facility at all times.