It’s not just AOL that is reluctant to let you cancel an account when someone dies. So too, the church of the body. Barry writes:
- My Dad died about 2 years ago, and it was no problem to cancel his electric and gas service, telephone, etc. Even the credit card companies were fine. I think AOL required some proof. But Gold’s Gym required an original death certificate to cancel him. Like we’re gonna lie about it?
Best part is after the credit cards were canceled, Gold’s Gym tried to charge him for another month.
Sir, we definitely saw some of those barbells and leg presses move of their own accord. Obviously, his will for a good physique reaches beyond the grave.
Here’s what you do in these cases: tell the companies to go stuff themselves with a big fat chargeback.