Canceling a membership is addressed on the Frequently Asked Questions page of the Planet Fitness website. According to the site, “You can fill out a cancellation form at the front desk of your home club, or send a letter (preferably via certified mail) to your club requesting cancellation.”

How to cancel Planet Fitness membership

In person or by certified mail are the only two options available as the business specifies that “Memberships can’t, unfortunately, be cancelled by email or phone.” Additionally, the website reminds patrons that “your cancellation request is subject to any obligations of your membership agreement.”

Planet Fitness representatives will not cancel of even call back patrons looking to cancel memberships over the phone as this frustrated Planet Fitness customer discovered. The customer explained, “...I want to cancel my membership but have a representative do it for me because I was in a car accident and lost a leg and the other is paralyzed so it's not like I can just drive down there drop it off myself.” He requested, “Someone please get back to me via call! Not email.”

It would seem even in a situation following a car accident and limited mobility, the gym requires cancellation in person or by certified mail. If you need to know Planet Fitness corporate office address to cancel your membership, you can use company customer service info on Pissed Consumer.

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