225 Reviews For Weight Watchers Headquarters & Corporate Office

In the month of Sept2011 I decided to enroll with WW. They were running a promotion 2 months for the price of 1 $39.95. I thought that was awesome and needed to jump on board since there was no registration fee. That meant I'd pay $20 a month for two months. Needless to say I only attended two meetings out of that two month deal. That was fine I was prepared to lose my 39.95 and go solo. What I didn't expect was the additional charges I discovered by my bank account activity. Come to find out Weight Watchers has been taking out 39.95 every month after my enrollment. So instead of paying just 39.95 for what was suppose to be two months of the program. They've been debiting my account every month after my initial sign up date. That's a whopping 159.80 they've stolen. Well not 159.80 but 119.85 minus my first payment. Will never do this again! Too Disgusted!@

I's pretty sad that Weight Watchers has to pay someone 3 million dollars to be their spokesperson when the average person has to pay $12.00 or whatever it is now. Poor Jessica simpson is just having a baby and makes enough already. She can afford to hire a personal trainer ,chef and do it on her own.I'm a Lifetime member and will not pay any more money To Weight Watchers to support the already millionaires.

I've been attending WW meetings for a few years off and on. Everytime I attend, I lose about 8-10 pounds in just a few weeks. I have mostly had good experiences at the meetings, except for the last time. Barbara, the instructor has always been so nice,and encouraging towards me,but Carol, a receptionist, not so much. In fact she was VERY rude towards me, she has been sort of rude before, and I just ignored her.I told Barbara about it, and she said just to overlook her because she was in a bad mood today, she said Carol had been rude to a lot of people, because she was upset about her son. I signed up for 6 weeks, and only went twice, just couldn't go back, she was so hurtful.

Oh I hear you loud and clear. Weight Watchers should have a class action law suit filed against them. Moving locations, removing leaders who are loved, keeping members in the dark, etc this is what they do. They are not open and honest.

I was going to make a total commitment to Weight Watchers, and planned to join right after the 1st of the year. However, after reading the comments I just read, just forget it! If it's true that Jennifer Hudson received plastic surgery to achieve the results she did, then Weight Watchers is lying and falsely advertising. And that, my friends, is cause for a big, FAT lawsuit! Before the Enquirer or the National Star gets a hold of this story, I think Weight Watchers ought to set the record straight. If they have nothing to hide, then they ought to do some kind of press release stating that Jennifer Hudson never had plastic surgery and that she achieved her results simply by following the Weight Watchers program. If Weight Watchers can't do that, then they are signing their own death warrant. As for me, I'm going with Medifast or Jenny Craig.

I read with interest the blurb regarding Jennifer Hudson having plastic surgery. This is probably the truth. Let's be brutally honest here. Jennifer Hudson is a huge talent; there is no getting away from that. But the woman was a 'pork!' By that I mean that she was HUGE. If you look at her now, she's so tight in her waist, stomach and hips, she would have had to exercise morning, noon and night to achieve those results. She probably lost weight, then had a plastic surgeon give her liposuction in her problem areas. She has nothing to be ashamed of. A lot of people in the entertainment field have plastic surgery. The point the person was trying to make is that she did not achieve the results she got just by following the Weight Watcher Program. And because of that, Weight Watchers is falsely advertising, saying that if you follow their plan, you can get the same results that Jennifer Hudson got. The only thing is....Jennifer Hudson achieved those results by following the program, and then by getting herself some 'extra help.' If Weight Watchers can't own up to that, then the company is indeed a sham.

Having Jennifer Hudson as the spokesperson for Weight Watchers is a bold faced lie! Oh, I agree that she went on some sort of weight loss program and she lost SOME weight, but there is no way in hell that she got to looking like that without having some help. By 'help,' I mean a "nip" here and a "tuck" there. If Weight Watchers has the nerve to say that she got to look the way she does without the help of her friendly neighborhood plastic surgeon, then Weight Watchers International is lying through their teeth! Even some of the Weight Watchers lecturers admit that Hudson had some help, so cut the crap and come clean, already. And, I'm going to tell you something: if it ever DOES comes out that Jennifer Hudson had the help of a plastic surgeon, then your company can just go down the toilet. No one is going to want to join a program where the spokesperson had some 'extra help.' That's my theory, folks, and I'm sticking to it!

JESSICA SIMPSON???!!! Seriously WHY??? I have been a Lifetime Memeber for a long time. This deal ends it for me right here & right now. Who ever came up w/this idea to have this ditz represent WW should be fired. To give this airhead 1 penney to be a spokes person is a very poor decision, let alone 4 million!!! It makes me re evaluate continuing on the program. I cannot support or follow a program that allows such stupid choices by selecting this moron. To go from Jennifer Hudson, who IMO is all class to this bleached blonde idiot is sad, a poor business choice, and WW will see their numbers and membership crash instead of the an increase. Who in their right mind wants to see this idiot say another word?! Not me. I will find an alternative program to follow. Oh, and by the way, the group of woman I work with feel the same, so you have lost many memebers w/this selection

Is it impossible for me to have weight watchers at my church? I sent an email regarding this to a "business meeting" leader and she referred me to some one who is a "territory manager" What's going on- it will be a meeting open to anyone - we are, in business terms, a "non profit" so what's the deal here? Has anyone gone to a meeting of weight watchers held at a church?

I have been in Weight Watchers off and on for many years. I have never had any problem canceling my Monthly Pass or resolving any problem while being involved with Weight Watchers! My advice to all the folks that have made comment above is to call the Weight Watcher Corporate phone number which is area code (212) 589-2700, follow the prompts and ask for Customer Service. I have just hung up the phone from talking to them on a problem, which has been resolved to my satisfaction! Unfortunately, I don't think there is an 800 number to make a free call, but I could be wrong. Good Luck to all of you for giving their system a try!

I agree with Bridget Stecher 10/27/11....Weight Watchers is a law suit waiting to happen...all it would take would be enough disgruntled past members getting together and filing...I know they are big and powerful, but their practices are nothing more than deception and fraud.....I have been trying to cancel my membership on line for four months and during that time they are still taking money fro m y account for meetings and services I did not get...I am so disappointed.....

Joined Weight Watchers online and then, after not using the service at all, decided to cancel. When I cancelled I was advised that my membership including on line access would be terminated immediately. One month later, there was yet another WW monthly charge on my bill. I requested an immediate refund and was advised that WW DOES NOT REFUND MONIES, AND DOES NOT PRO-RATE CHARGES AFTER CANCELLATION. I think a class action suit may be appropriate here. Anyone else interested? Respond and I will post my email address.

I have been weighing in at WW since August 2011 in light weight summer sandals. Today I wore heavy shoes and socks, because it's getting colder, and was informed that I had to keep the clogs on during the weigh in. NEVER had I been previously informed that I could not be weighed in my stocking feet. The person (actually I don't even know her name!) who was in charge said she could be fired by corporate if I took off my shoes. WHAT??? Yes, she said, corporate was once sued because a person got a foot fungus. I think WW corporate should take lessons from airport security who insists ALL take OFF their shoes... Has anyone sued airport security??? because they got a foot fungus??? Maybe someone should! so we can all keep our shoes on... (but, that's another issue) My question is: has anyone ever gotten a foot fungus from a person wearing socks?

I joined WW as a new member a week ago, purchasing a monthly pass. Their computers were down that day, but were up the next morning and I was able to get the etools on my computer to track my points and activity. My first meeting is tomorrow, but the doctor's office weighed me and I placed that weight into the etool. Friday the etool points plus area stopped functioning, in that the tracker pad to select activity froze despite the remainder of the page having buttons and items I could click. On the Plan page, I was able to select the points plus tracker, which then launched but sat there not loading over and over. I restarted my Mac and tried again. When that didn't work, I made sure that Java and Adobe were up to date and settings allowed WW to do what it wanted. Then I emptied the cache, deleted cookies and restarted. Still nothing. I called my DSL tech support and they tested everything and all was well. Then I called WW and was told it was all working on their end and they refused to allow me to speak with tech - telling me the would check it out within a week and email me. Now I have had WW on my computer to help me track my foods, have paid for a week so far, and have had access for only 3 out of 8 days and the problem is NOT on my end. I am very, very displeased with the service and the system and how it keeps customers from accessing technical help in a proper way. Not impressed in the least with this so far. I will update this as time goes on.

I have been a WW member off and on since 1976 and find that the lifetime members are over-looked quite frequently in Southern Maine. (franchised here) and recently the meetings are not open to lifetimers free of charge until they weigh in for the month. some times there are weeks when one retains fluid and exceeds the weight requirement for Lifetime so one cannot attend a meeting free of charge until one is within the 2 pound weight guidelines, therefore, I miss the meetings until I am at the correct weight. I find this a set-up to fail. The lifetimer should have the option of weighing in on the week of choice. But of course what do you expect when a company's bottom line has become more important than its members?

I have to comment on your Jennifer Hudson commercials. PLEASE REMOVE THEM FROM THE AIRWAYS! They are easily and by far the most annoying commercials of any on TV for the last year. It's time. You are not doing yourselves any favors having this woman screeching her horrible off-pitch notes as your pitchperson. I have to run for the "mute" every time it comes on and it has been going on long enough. In reading the comments above, I see that I am not the only person who feels this way. Please take pity on those of us who have televisions and ears. Thank you for your consideration.

I signed up online thinking that I could also attend the local meetings when I was in town, but that assumption was quickly laid to rest by a local franchise. So after talking with local franchise rep I decided to try attending their location, and visiting area franchises during my travels in order to keep current and not forfeit my membership. However, upon attempts at contacting Weightwatchers via the online website, IN ORDER TO SWITCH AND PAY MORE THROUGH FRANCHISE LOCATION, I found it is designed to frustrate the customer rather than aid them. So I call the tollfree number provided on the online website or 1-800-651-6000, and guess what it is disconnected. This corporation appears to be a great candidate for 20/20 or 60 minutes, BEcause it draws you in with its claims then is non-existent after you signup and they have YOUR MONEY!!

Perhaps I have just dodged a bullet. Why? I live in Airdrie, Alberta and today I saw an advertisement to join Weight Watchers. The price discount to $25 was meaningless in the face of being ready to lose weight. Well, if this group was set up to welcome new members, they certainly were not prepared to welcome everyone. So much for holding the meeting in a church hall; something has not rubbed off on these souls. Therefore, since I remain interested in losing weight and am not interested in going online, I will now examine your competitors; WeightWatchers seems to have enough customers. If your competitors know how to welcome a prospective customer and know the value of customer service, I am willing to pay their price – whatever it is.

Please get rid of the Jennifer Hudson commercial !! It is so annoying.... really it took for her 2 yrs to lose 80lbs!!we can do that without paying for weight watchers !!

WORST EXPERIENCE I HAVE EVER HAD. I thought they were here to help yOu. NOT. The meeting I go to the ladies are the most unfriendly people I have ever run into. They can not even say good morning to you when you go in. But they take your money in a heart beat. have had such a hard time trying to get started and no one would help me. no one. I had asked about a few pointers to help guide me I got nothing. i HAVE NEVER BEEN ON THE PROGAM AND JUST NEED A LITTLE GUIDE. VERY DISAPPOINTED WASTE OF TIME AND MONEY 60462 STORE

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