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The complaints range from women who claim they have been ripped off by paying for fitness programs they were later denied access to and others who say their criticisms or feedback posted online had been censored by staff.Gold Coast model and personal trainer Ashy Bines is the founder of the Ashy Bines Bikini Body Challenge fitness program and a range of other programs and apps including Squad and Booty.Over the years, the 29 year old has attracted a cult like following of fans who swear by her fitness programs, with 931,000 followers on Instagram alone.But there also a growing backlash against the business.She provided her banking details and unticked a pre ticked box which would have signed her up for other promotions and memberships.Ms Oakley did not receive any correspondence from the brand and only used the app several times before deleting it.More than a year later, Ms Oakley was expecting her first child after taking a cut in wages when her card was declined due to insufficient funds while grocery shopping.”I immediately looked at my bank, to see a transaction of around $40 for Bines I had absolutely no idea what this was for, knowing that I hadn signed up for anything,” she said.”I went back through my transaction history, to find that every month, a similar amount had come out, never the same amount but around the $40 mark, totalling over $600.”At first, I was so disappointed in myself for not picking it up. I blamed myself for being stupid enough to not notice that coming out of my bank.”After contacting the company, Ms Oakley was told the deductions had been for a subscription to “The Life” program something she maintains she never signed up for.”I still to this day have absolutely no idea what Life is, or how I was supposed to log in, or access it,” she said.”I then found out through research that Life doesn actually exist anymore, and hasn for several months, even while I was paying for the program. Again, no email or correspondence that would advise me of this.”After several emails back and forth, it was evident that I was never going to get my money back.”She is now taking her case to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.”I don know if I will ever be able to prove that I didn sign up to the program, or if I not at fault, but for now I am $600 out of pocket for a program I not only never once used, but paid for while it didn exist,” she said.Customer Ashley Nicholls said she too had been stung after purchasing the “Finishers” app touted as “the new fun and effective fitness challenge by Ashy Bines” by a one off payment which was meant to guarantee “lifetime access”.Ms Nicholls paid $7 for the app.