Membership/Cancelation/Refund Policy


Membership autopay authorizes the Hunterdon County YMCA (YMCA), to initiate debits to the bank or credit card provided based on current or future rates of the YMCA for membership or program services. The YMCA reserves the right to increase monthly draft rate for any reason and at any time.  For summer memberships taken out at any time during the promotion period, the rate will be adjusted to the standard published rate in September and will be continuous after that. It is understood that bank account or credit card drafts are continuous and automatic until a cancellation request is made. A 30-day notice for cancellation is required prior to the member’s next scheduled draft date (1st or 15th) to stop autopay. It is the member’s responsibility to check monthly bank/credit card statements to ensure the cancellation has taken effect. No refund will be given for an autopay that occurs during the 30-day cancellation period. If a cancellation occurs, the member will forfeit any joiner’s fees.  If a request to cancel is made, member agrees to pay all outstanding balances prior to cancellation taking effect. The Y will not take responsibility to cancel autopay. It is the bank or credit card holder’s responsibility for providing new information or any bank account or credit card changes. Accounts with non-sufficient funds (NSF) will be re-drafted the next autopay date for the returned draft, the current draft, plus a $20 service fee. If the account drafted has NSF a second time, or has been closed, the Y has the right to suspend the membership until all fees have been reconciled. Prepaid memberships are non-refundable and non-transferrable.

Checks returned as non-sufficient funds (NSF) will be re-deposited and a $20 service fee will be charged to the member. If the account has NSF a second time, or has been closed, the Y has the right to suspend the membership until all fees have been reconciled.

All session fees must be paid in full at time of registration.  Payments are accepted by cash, check, ATM or bank debit card, or credit card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover). Memberships must be current through length of program.

The Y reserves the right to cancel, combine or modify a program due to insufficient enrollment. If a program is cancelled by the Y, every attempt will be made to place the enrollee in another section of the same level program. If the enrollee cannot be accommodated, the Y will issue a full refund.

If a participant decides not to take a class, credit for that class must be requested prior to the first class of the session. After the session has started, credits will only be issued for extended illness/injury and with a doctor’s note. Credits will be prorated based upon attendance and all requests for credits may be subject to a processing fee. Credits are good for one year from issue date.


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