This article will look at "freezing" members of Anytime Fitness Europe clubs and how it works. First off, freezing in DDMS (payment provider for Anytime Fitness Europe clubs) is skipping a payment for a member for a specific period of time. The club has the ability to "freeze" a member of their club for a designated period of time.
When you decide to freeze a member or set up a freeze schedule on an Anytime Fitness site, DDMS will be notified by the Membr system four days before the 'original' date of a scheduled payment.
For example, when a payment is scheduled to be taken on 1st September, and the freeze is scheduled from 1st September to 1st October, Membr will notify DDMS about this freeze four days before 1st September. The payments will be resumed on 1st October. Essentially, when a freeze is scheduled, the payment will be skipped for the set period of time that the club wants the freeze to occur for.
To conclude, freezing a member of an Anytime Fitness site that is using DDMS as their payment provider allows the club to skip a payment for a member for a set period of time.