Lose weight with My Contract

A contract for everyone who really wants to achieve their goal in losing weight.

Take advantage of the scientifically proven motivational approach.
A small deposit will help you lose weight.

My Weight Contract is a scientifically proven method that helps in weight loss. In a surprising way, it increases the chances of achieving your goals by means of depositing a small amount of money.
Unlike other tools that help in weight loss, the methodology was specifically designed to help people use the power of their desire to recover their funds. Success is empirically proven and it increases the chances of losing weight by up to three times.

Take three steps of strong incentives for losing weight:

1. Establish a contract
Set the time and the weight that you would like to achieve.
Establish a contract with yourself – pay a deposit of 100 dollars.
Motivation: "I'll keep my resolution, or I'll lose my deposit".

2. Add photos
Upload a photo of your bathroom scale once a week on your profile.
A simple photo, with an easy to read result.
It's a small amount of effort, but it gives lots of motivation to act.

3. Your deposit is returned to your account
The contract comes to an end.
You have achieved your target weight.
The deposit is automatically returned by means of the same method that it was paid.

Money — either getting it or losing it — can make the difference to someone’s weight-loss success, says Tricia Leahey, an obesity researcher at the University of Connecticut’s Institute for Collaboration on Health, Intervention, and Policy.

Join the 12 000+ people striving to slim down, who wish to be successful, just like you.
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What's New

Initial release
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Additional Information

May 1, 2017
Current Version
Requires Android
4.4 and up
Content Rating
Offered By
Nilson Ltd.
NILSON Ltd. ul. Fabryczna 16H 53-609 Wrocław, Poland, EU
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