L.A. Fitness "is working in conjunction with the police department"
By Martin Hill
LibertyFight.com
December 3, 2014


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I picked up 2 free week-long 'guest passes' for L.A. Fitness gym which were advertised at a local pizza place recently, and when I went on the L.A. Fitness website, I found something that looked a bit squirrely, so I e-mailed them about it.

On the L.A. Fitness corporate website, it says "LA Fitness is working in conjunction with the police department to insure that no acts of misconduct occur within the facility." [https://www.lafitness.com/Pages/freepass.aspx?clubID=904.]

I am not sure what that means, so I contacted L.A. Fitness via two of the contact e-mails which they have posted on their website:

I know that some motel chains such as Motel 6 advertise openly that they work with police and demand the ID of not only the registered payer but also any additional guestss who stay in the room, presumably so that they can run their name into some sort of police database while the guests are in the room. I do not appreciate that sort of service from a motel chain, it's an invasion of privacy and it's treating their supposedly valued customers as if they're criminals. A group of motel owners in Los Angeles even sued the police recently for barging into their establishments and demanding guest registries regularly at all hours of the day and night, without any probable cause or a warrant.

I am not sure if that is what L.A. Fitness is doing, but until they respond to my query, we will never know. The wording of their website is odd. Notice it says that they're working with police "to insure that no acts of misconduct occur within the facility." That sounds preventative. In other words, it doesn't say 'we will investigate any theft, etc. after the fact.' Matter of fact most gyms state plainly that they are "not responsible for lost or stolen items" left in the locker room, for example. So then what exactly is L.A. Fitness doing to insure that no "acts of misconduct" will occur? What exactly does "LA Fitness is working in conjunction with the police department" mean? Is the corporation running the IDs of clients and potential customers into some sort of police or government database? If not, what does it mean?

L.A. Fitness has yet to reply. I think it's very rude to leave all this contact information on their website and then fail to even respond to a legitimate query. That actually makes LA Fitness and their 'cop relationship' look more even more shady. In addition to the two e-mail addresses above which garnered no response, their website lists some phone numbers: 310-734-0942 and 949-255-8280. If anyone finds out any answers about this, please contact me here.

It is 2014, after all. And I think L.A. Fitness customers, and their potential customers, have a right to know.

UPDATE- A reader passed along the following story:

"I was in plaintiff in a lawsuit against LA Fitness. Speaking of shady: They were sued twice over the years, for "losing" cancellation forms on memberships ("accidentally") .. then keeping their vampire fangs in members bank accounts and withdrawing the membership fee indefinitely. They lost the a suit in C.A. and I was a named plaintiff on the second class action against them which a national case.

One day I checked my bank account and - low and behold - they were still withdrawing the monthly fee 6 months after I cancelled. So I found a law firm that happened to be looking for people with just that issue. Took a couple of years, but .. after some shady legal maneuvering on thier part .. they paid up to the class .. and I got all of my money back + damages.

Thing is they paid much less than they should have ,considering the weight of evidence against them and the amount of money (it was in the 10's of millions) that they made in the scam over the years. Anyway moral of the story: Very shady company. Been convicted of all kinds of fraud and dirty deals over the years, and I would know. I would not put anything much past them."

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