Once you have gone through the sign up process and checked the appropriate boxes, we will send you an email confirming your KISS membership (from firstname.lastname@example.org). This agreement will come into force once you we have sent you that confirmation email (sent, not received, please check your spam filters) and your membership starts at that point.
Your membership is personal to you and may not be transferred, whether temporarily or not, to anyone else at any time. Sharing PIN codes will always result in membership cancellation and a life time ban (security of your PIN number is your responsibility, do not pass it on to anyone under any circumstances. You must inform us if you feel security of your number has been compromised).
Payment (for monthly members)
On the first direct debit payment date, we will debit (a) the joining fee and (b) the first month's membership, paid in advance. Thereafter, on the same day as you joined each month (next working day), the monthly membership fee will be debited which effectively extends your KISS membership by one month each payment. Payments are non refundable under any circumstances.
If you fail to pay any monies due under this agreement or if any Direct Debit is returned unpaid or any cheque is returned unpaid or if any other form of payment is not honoured for whatever reason, Harlands (who manage and process payment on our behalf) reserve the right to charge an administration fee of £20. If you have any concerns about your ability to pay our monthly fee, we strongly advise you to contact Harlands before your payment is due (Harlands 0871 876 01 42, KissGym@snapdda.co.uk)
Payment (for daily members paying by credit card)
Your payment will be taken on the same day as you sign up, and is valid for the day you have selected, and are non changeable. Payments are non refundable under any circumstances.
Cancellation and Refunds (for daily members paying by credit card)
If you change your mind about visiting the gym, then you can cancel your day pass within five days of making your payment to us, and a full refund applies (but only in the event you have not used your day pass or the day pass valid date has not passed).
Cancellation (for monthly members)
To cancel your membership, simply contact your bank and cancel your direct debit and your PIN will be invalidated automatically - you don't need to notify us.
If you would like to maximise your access on cancellation, then you should cancel your direct debit a couple of days before your regular payment date, as you PIN becomes invalid IMMEDIATELY (as this is the only way the process can be automated).
Please be aware that it will not be possible to reinstate your previous membership, and if you wish to use the gym again, you will have to go through the signing up process once more (and pay the joining fee).
We may terminate this agreement and your membership with immediate effect, upon giving you notice, if, in our reasonable opinion (a) your behaviour puts either yourself or others at risk; or (b) you persist with any form of antisocial or unreasonable behaviour; or (c) we suspect you are younger than our minium age (18) until your provide proof otherwise.
Delivery - you will be emailed a PIN code which will give you access, nothing is sent via post, and your membership starts when our email is sent, not when it is received by you (please check your spam filters, and contact us in the event you do not receive a confirmation email).
Lockers - are made available for your use with your own padlock (available from vending machines) but ONLY for the duration of your visit. Overnight use will result in:
a) removal of locks
b) removal and of contents which can be recovered with a £50 admin fee
c) uncollected items will be given to charity within 7 day s of removal
Valuables - Kiss Gyms Ltd. can take no responsibility for the contents of lockers. Please do not to leave valuables in your lockers.
Minimum age is 18 (due to the restrictions imposed upon us for 24hr use).
Disabled toilets and showers are for disabled use only, given they are cleaned just once per day, which means genuine disabled may be using unnecessarily untidy facilities (two week ban applies for offenders!)
The management have the right to refuse entry to those whose attire they feel may offend other members.
Kiss approved personal trainers have an exclusive right to deliver personal training within Kiss clubs, and those delivering or promoting alternative personal training or competing gyms (including via clothing) may attract an immediate ban (ranging from two weeks, to life time).
If we choose to waive any breach of this agreement, it will not stop us from enforcing the terms of the agreement strictly at a later date.
We may assign the benefit of this agreement and our rights hereunder to a third party on notice to you. In the event of this happening, your rights under this agreement will not be compromised in any way.
This agreement is governed by English law.
Your personal information is personal property and as such we recognise that this places serious responsibilities on us. This statement is made as a result of our requirements under the Data Protection Act 1998 and sets out our data processing practices. If you have any queries about this statement please contact us at Kiss Gyms Ltd., Wellington House, 57 Dyer Street, Cirencester, Glos GL7 2PP, email email@example.com or tel 0845 644 2318
How do we collect personal information and what kind of information is collected?
We will obtain personal information from you when you complete our online sign up process. Such information includes name, date of birth, contact details, car number plate and your bank details.
Why do you need this information?
Your personal information is needed in order to initiate and maintain your gym membership, to provide you with effective access to the gym, and for other administrative purposes. It may be necessary for us to share some of your personal information with some of our service providers and associated organisations for these purposes. We may provide aggregate statistics about sales, gym users, traffic patterns and other similar information to third parties, but none of these statistics will include any information that identifies you personally.
We may have to disclose your personal information if required to do so by law, or to the management companies of our various car parks where shared use is in force, but only in the event of an incident which requires us to do so (includes parking abuse, speeding, vandalism or damage).
What are cookies and how do we deal with them?
How do we protect your information?
We use a secure server and have strict security procedures to ensure that your personal information is kept secure and to prevent unauthorised access.
Right of Access
You have a right to ask for a copy of the information that we hold about you and to have any inaccuracies about your information corrected.