Workout anytime is a good concept, in theory. In fact, they have you go through ABC financial for payment.
The no contract with workout anytime is true however, you are under contract through ABC financial. If you want to stop paying, you have to send in a form with all of your information, personal, workout anytime "membership number", etc, 30 days in advance of discontinuing payment. And, don't ever give ANYONE access to you bank account. I have read complaints of ABC financial continuing to collect payment after cancellation.
I closed out my credit card at the same time so I would not experience that. The main reason I decided to quit going to workout anytime after years of "membership" is that even though its only $15 a month, I kept getting an extra charge of $54 to $57 every December.
If workout anytime would have a system where you wouldn't have to go through a finance company, like so many clubs do, I would go back. For now, I can do everything at home.
Product or Service Mentioned: Workout Anytime Membership.
Reason of review: Problems with payment.
Monetary Loss: $200.
Preferred solution: Don't go through a FINANCE company!.