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Fit2BeMyself Masterminds Online Fitness Class Terms and Conditions

This is a month to month subscription that you can cancel at any time.

REFUND AND CANCELLATION POLICY: **Please understand that once a payment is made, I cannot offer a refund**. If at any time you would like to cancel your subscription, you can do so by logging into your account and clicking "delete." You will still have access to the class until the next billing cycle, at which point you will be removed from the class and will not receive any additional charges to your payment account. You are also free to remove yourself from the class before the end of the billing cycle, but that will not affect your ability to receive a refund.

PLEASE REVIEW THE FOLLOWING USER AGREEMENT CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THE Fit2BeMyelf.com SITE AND Fit2BeMyself ONLINE CLASSROOM.

Fit2BeMyself.com strongly recommends that you consult with your physician before beginning any exercise program. When you participate in any exercise or exercise program, you should understand that there is a possibility of physical injury. By voluntarily agreeing to and submitting payment for participation in Fit2BeMyself Masterminds online fitness program you assume all risk of injury to yourself and take responsibility for the precautions necessary to avoid injury. Fit2BeMyself.com is not a licensed medical care provider. The information and exercise instructions shared on Fit2BeMyself.com or in the Fit2BeMyself online classroom is meant for educational purposes and are not meant to diagnose or treat any medical conditions nor should it take the place of a medical consultation.

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