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Only do one-offs, DON’T BECOME A MEMBER or they’ll cheat you I used to use Massage Envy quite frequently, and found it to be a good deal (not as good as much more expensive spas, but actually affordable, and not sleazy like cheaper spas). Unfortunately they’ve begun a practice of fraudulently billing customers. The way they run their scam is that they call you to schedule an appointment, and then if you don’t answer they “schedule” you one anyway - but they don’t say that on the messages they leave, so you as the customer have no way of knowing that they “scheduled” you. Then when you “miss” your “appointment” they call to tell you that you’ll have to pay for it. Since Massage Envy works primarily on a subscription basis in practice this just means that they’ll be able to burn down your banked massages without having to actually deliver them, potentially without even having the staff on hand to do them at all (though of course that’s merely a conclusion, since I’m not in their office). If you then cancel your membership because you don’t want to do business with a company that uses fraud as the basis of their business model and send that communication to their customer service contact online (which promises a reply within 48 hours, try it with the link below) they won’t honor the cancellation and will continue to bill you. Below you’ll find my most recent communication to them (which I expect to be ignored again despite their 48 hour promise) so you can get a feel for how this location runs the scam, along with a transcript of the voice messages they left. I have no desire to talk to persistent fraudsters who falsely claim to have delivered services they never did, or who claim that an appointment was missed that they scheduled on their own without talking to the customer so they could pay their numbers. 2/23 voicemail: Hi this message is for Rob to see ____ calling from Glendale Massage Envy I see that you have an appointment tomorrow for 10:30 AM unfortunately Nicole is not gonna be able to be in tomorrow um to __ something that came up so um we were wondering if you wanted to reschedule to either another therapist that same day or if you wanted to just um stay with ___ and just move to another day so whatever works for you just give us a call back at 623-931-3689 thank you so much bye. With no return call, or appointment scheduled you then left this message, 2/24: Hi Rob this is Cheryl I’m calling for Massage Envy in Glendale I was just calling to make sure everything was OK ‘cause you did have an appointment today at 9am with Rosa could just give us a call back and let us know if you’re coming in or not just keep in mind I will be back _____ um no call no show will result in 100% charge to go ahead and give us a call back thank you and have a great day. So according to Massage Envy’s own records you fraudulently and willfully “scheduled” an appointment on Monday knowing that no such schedule had ever been sent to me, let alone actually received or agreed to. Massage Envy then compounded those fraudulent actions by charging my credit card after receiving a message from me explicitly revoking any such authorization and cancelling my membership, for the exact reasons above. Since you chose to ignore the message I sent to you the evening of 2/24 via the channel Massage Envy promotes on its website as explicitly for this purpose (!/1) I will necessarily also be posting this to many other sites so that potential customers can see how your location actively plans to use your “customers” as a free cash resource rather than payment in exchange for services. It is unfortunate that the Glendale Massage Envy is no longer a legitimate business, as it had been effective in the past.
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Posted 2 weeks ago
I had very bad experience, they cancelled our two appointment on 01/22/2019, we are in our way to get the service, the manager Jasmine mentioned had employee didn’t show up to work, which has nothing to do with us, I stopped by and request how can I get our $200.00 back to our account, just because they didn’t provide the service, she explained her company policy gift card not refundable, I asked her at least twice with her ability if she can escalate the situation to the corporate office to get our money back, her response was,If don’t understand her to leave the store otherwise, she will reach out to the police, Once again very polite way I asked her if anything she can do to assist me With their incovenince, she mentioned things are escalated to police I can not talk to her. I never had this unusual situation
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Posted 1 year ago
Massage Envy is rated 1.00 based on 2 reviews