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PETITION AGAINST CALIFORNIA FITNESS UNETHICAL SALES PRACTICES

The primary purpose of this petition is to request the Ministry of Trade and Industry's assistance in getting California Fitness Singapore to give pro-rated refunds to its victims. California Fitness has fraudulently obtained membership fees by legalistically exploiting the terms and conditions of a contract that is inherently unethical.

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BEWARE OF CALIFORNIA FITNESS DISHONEST AND UNETHICAL SALES TACTICS!

Think twice before you sign up with California Fitness! I've signed up with the Orchard Branch on Jan 16 and it declared closing down the Orchard Branch on 05 Feb! If they tell me they will be closing down within 2 weeks, I wont sign up at all!! Who in the right mind will sign up for something that will be closing down soon??? I find that they are really very dishonest and unethical! Don't they know that they will be closing down within 2 weeks??? This gym is only interested in $$$$$ with no service or welfare to their members. It is not really stable as I heard from the old timers that with the sudden closing of Orchard Branch, they could also close down of other branches with no further notice too.

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FITNESSFIRST LAUNCHES EXCLUSIVE GYM FOR RICH ELITES IN CBD

In a tell tale sign of the growing income inequality and the burgeoning group of rich elites relocating to Singapore, FitnessFirst has announced that it will launch an exclusive elites-only gym in the Central Business District by the second half of this year. The UK-based fitness chain Fitness First calls this gym "Gravity", ironically named since the $9.5 million gym will be located on the top of a brand new office tower to be built in the CBD, the new CapitaGreen tower on Market Street.

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Female model and AWARE enters fray over "Sexist" SAFRA Ad

The female model who appears in Safra's controversial advertisement said she does not find it sexist, even as women's rights group Aware condemned the ad. Ms Fiona Teo, 26, told MyPaper yesterday that "it's very normal to look at people in the gym", and added that she thought the ad showed a "sense of humour". The controversy brewed online over the weekend, after a woman posted a picture of the ad on Safra's Facebook page on Friday, complaining that it was disrespectful to women. It shows two men working out at a gym ogling an attractive woman - Ms Teo - behind her back. This was slammed by some netizens as degrading to women.

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