HealthyWage Review: Bet on Yourself, Get Paid To Lose Weight ($50 Limited-Time Prize Boost)

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(Limited-time New Year Promo: Click this special link for extra $50 added to your prize through January 7th. They offer up big boosts only a few times per year. Look for the banner on top. Read on for how HealthyWage helped motivate me to lose 50 pounds – yes, really.)

hw_logoAfter reading academic studies which found that financial incentives were effective in helping people lose weight, I joined You tell them how much weight you want to lose, your current body details, how much time you want, and and they’ll calculate what prize to offer you based on how much you want to bet on yourself. Since I eventually lost 50 pounds with the help of HealthyWage and other weight-loss betting sites (and have kept it off since), and I wanted to share my experiences including both positive and negative aspects. Importantly, you can do everything from home!

My overall HealthyWage bet was to lose 10% of my body weight over 9 months (22 pounds in my case). My offered bet was to put up $50 per month for 9 months for a potential win of $500. You may like the sound of “winning $500”, but know that a lot of it will be your own money:


Honestly, risking $450 to win $50 didn’t feel like a very good risk/reward ratio, but I wanted the extra motivation. Perhaps my goal was too easy and that was why the payout wasn’t as high. You can put up your own numbers and calculate your own HealthyWage offer. Your payout may be much better than mine. The quote is free, you just need to provide any e-mail address.

If I joined during a limited-time offer prize boost, I could have earned a lot more money:

Initial weigh-in verification. There are four ways to verify your weight:

  1. Smartphone app. There is a HealthyWage app for iOS and Android. You take a clip using the app and your personal scale. Importantly, everything can be done from home!
  2. Video Verification. Upload a video to their website using your personal scale.
  3. Verification by a Fitness or Health Professional – Bring a form to your “local gym, pharmacies, corporate wellness clinics, walk-in clinics, HR reps, nurses, your personal doctor, your personal trainer or your chiropractor.”
  4. Verification at a Weight Watchers Meeting.

I followed their directions carefully, uploaded my video, and both my initial and final videos were accepted with no issues or additional requests.

Every month, I would see a $50 charge on my credit card bill from HealthWage. However, that was about it. There were no encouraging e-mails. No virtual meetups or prize giveaways. I was fine with this, but if you like group encouragement or peer pressure, you’ll need to find it elsewhere.

Upon initial sign-up, I was given my 2-week window for final weigh-in. HealthyWage’s two-week window is definitely more generous than DietBet’s 48-hour window, with the important difference that I was never sent any reminders by HealthyWage when the time actually came. In comparison, DietBet sent me multiple reminders beforehand. Now, I had the date marked on my digital calendar with several alerts, so I completed my weigh-in by the second day of the window. It is quite possible that if I waited until closer to the final deadline, I would have gotten a reminder. But I wouldn’t rely on it. Remember, if you forget, they keep your money!

I also did a DietBet at the same time, which is similar but different in that it collects participants into groups and then takes a cut from the pooled bets. See my separate DietBet Review. You can consider doing both as well.

Extra final verification hoops. Upon final weight verification, you’ll have to submit another verification video that includes of your weight scale. Again, you can just do it through their HealthyWage app. I also had to upload a scan of my driver’s license. Here’s a link with final weigh-in details. Note the following:

As part of our review, we occasionally request that some (very few) participants submit an additional weigh-out video. If an additional weigh-out video is required, HealthyWage will contact you with instructions. Optionally, you could also keep on hand a set of full-body before-and-after photos, and have your teammates do the same. You do not need to submit the photo(s) to HealthyWage.

The fact is that if you really lose 10 lbs or more of your body weight, you will look noticeably different to human eyes! That is why they need the video. Looking at my before and after photos was a shock even to me.

Finally, I successfully referred a few people to Healthwage and received extra money added my “pot”. This referral program is nice feature to get some social support, but remember that you get the referral money only if you win your own bet.

Final payout options. There are two options to receive your winnings. A mailed check takes 3-4 weeks to process, with no fee. The other “fast” option is PayPal, which charges a 3% fee. I picked the PayPal option because I didn’t want to wait around for a check. However, they later clarified that it would still take 3-5 business days for PayPal transfer. The 3% fee is taken out by PayPal, so HealthyWage actually sends the full amount (they just choose not to subsidize the fee). In retrospect, maybe I should have just waited for the check. Here’s a screenshot:


Bottom line. I committed to a Healthywage bet to lose 10% of my initial weight over 9 months. I lost the weight, completed my verifications without hassle, won the bet, and was paid my winnings. Although I found the process a bit impersonal, they are a legit company. Calculate your own HealthyWage offer here. No obligation to get a quote. However, the fact that HealthyWage motivated me to finally lose over 50 pounds was worth way more to me than the cash winnings. I’ve kept it off in the years since as well, so it literally changed my life and quite possibly made it longer.

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  1. HealthWage has updated their policy to only issue a 1099 if your NET winnings are over $600.

  2. Kristen Ford says

    Finding motivation to lose weight can be very challenging. This motivation can be even more difficult during holidays, family dinners or a night out on the town with friends or coworkers. Now imagine having a financial motivator to lose weight! Yes, I thought it sounded too good to be true as well until I looked into Healthy Wage from the link on my employers intranet page. There are all kinds of challenges you can join simultaneously to earn money while you lose weight. I decided to do as many as possible. I gathered a team of five and each of us entered the team challenge for $70 to be entered in to win a grand prize of $10,000. I also decided to pay an additional $75/month to join an individual challenge for six months for a chance to double my money. I would join step challenges as well to help me incorporate walking into my weight loss routine. My team members still struggled with the team challenge and we didn’t win the $10,000 but I did win the individual challenge and lost seven additional pounds past the forty I had originally entered the challenge for! My prize was $1,050 which I spent on a mini vacation to show off my new six pack abs! 🙂 I also kept the weight off and got my $70 back from the team challenge. To read more about my daily meal plans and to see before and after photos of me in the same outfit, please visit the Healthy Wage site. I am success story #82 and my name is Kristen Ford. If you have trouble finding it, feel free to send me a message or reply to this one and I will send you the link.

    Thank you Healthy Wage for helping me surpass my goal and for paying me to do it!:)

    • Hi Rebecca,

      It is true that you will not receive your prize if you do not meet your goal. Many of our participants find this to be great motivation – they want to win money, not lose it! The loss aversion principle is an extremely effective tool for weight loss.

      Also, prizes are computed using our secret algorithm and are based on a number of personal factors. Although the algorithm is secret, you will always see your total prize amount (including your ROI) before signing up for a HealthyWager personal challenge.

      Please let us know if you have any other questions. Thanks!

  3. Wife and I lost a combined 130 lbs and won over 2,000 (which of course basically was used to replace our wardrobes… lol.

    This program gave us that little extra something and it made all the difference.

    FIVE STARS!!!!

  4. John Pauly says

    I have done HeathlyWage. I found the financial incentive worked for me. Really the ability to make a little extra money while at the same time working towards small and large weight loss goals is a no brainer. I found the money easy to handle now with their HW Point system. I found that eventually I was able to participate in the challenges using the money I had earned from previous challenges. This is not a “get rich quick scheme” but it is a way to earn a monetary bonus for yourself while on your weight loss journey.

  5. Hi, I filled out the information and got to the last page. I stopped before I clicked on the part that says “Show your prize”. At which point am I officially committed to the program? Can I see my prize amount (which I assume is the balance after my initial monthly payments are subtracted) before committing to the program?

    • It’s been a while since I did this so I can’t say for sure, but I recall being able to see the prize before committing to the program. It should be before they ask you for credit card information.

      EDIT … This comes from Michael Halloran who works with HealthyWage

      **Jonathan is correct. After you click on on “Show your prize,” you’ll see one or more prize options for you to select from. You will also see the prize breakdown, including your ROI, on that screen. You are not committed until you enter your payment info.

  6. I bet $100 per month for 6 months that I could lose 50 lbs. (about 22% of my body weight). I found the verified weigh-ins to be very easy using the HealthyWage app. My payout, including the $600 I invested, was $1933. Being a very competitive person, I was inspired to win my bet. I would recommend HealthyWage to anyone interested in an extra incentive to lose weight.

    • Wow, things have changed over time. If I lose about 22% of my bodyweight in 6 months at $100 a month, my payout would be $1,110 LOWER than what you got. Profit of $191 vs your $1333 profit.
      I really wanted to lose about 10% and that would only give me a profit of about $35 after payment fees.
      Risking $600 to make $35 probably isn’t enough for me to try this out. 🙁

  7. I tried healthywage, and my husband and I did research on a few different online weight loss bet programs. We saw a video on healthywage that made it to good morning America! We thought it looked legit, and there seemed to be no bad word of mouth on their program. I signed up and bet $100/month for 7 months, that I’d lose 65lbs. I did it!! I posted my results on feb 27, and they reviewed it all… and BAM! I got all my money back plus the $1600 earned (it was a little more, but I’m from Canada, so the exchange threw me off!)
    ! I didn’t believe it until the money was actually in my hands!! It was the best thing! They totally came through! I bet on myself, and it was the best incentive! Healthywage was awesome!!

  8. Kathryn Rice says

    I am so glad I found HealthyWage. It was a great motivation to stick to my goal. I bet $50/month for 7 months to lose 50 pounds. I won and my profit was $1000. It was so easy. Just make sure your thoroughly read and understand the rules and FAQs before you sign up. The only people that complain are those that lose because the didn’t understand what they were signing up for.

  9. You just never know if this stuff is real. I did my first Healthy Wage calculator in November of 2016, but I didn’t sign up right away. I lurked and read reviews. This was too good to be true right? I have always been a competitive person, and motivated by money, so I finally took the step and signed up when I got an email from Healthy Wage that they would tack on an additional $100 when I reached my goal if I would sign up. I signed on 9/21/2017 for $80 a month. In 6 months time I am down over 40lbs (my wager was 40lbs in 6 months) and I weighed out on 3/12/18. In addition to weighing in (unverified) weekly so HW could track my progress, I utilized their message board and an unofficial FB page for peer support. I am healthier and received a check for $1300.00 to boot! It’s very real, and I am so happy I followed through and used money as the motivating factor to win while losing weight!

  10. Paige Tremblay says

    I personally love Healthy Wage! I did succeed with them. I paid in $800, and won $2629. I did indeed received my winnings!! But the best thing, I lost 70 lbs! I not only won the money, I won health wise! I feel so much different now! I can do things I could not do before. I have more energy! I have more self pride! I am using my winnings to go on a business trip to help me grow my business, so that will be a big win as well. Just an all around great experience!

  11. Carisa Willard says

    I finished my HealthyWage challenge last month and won! I bet $100 a month to lose 50 pounds in six months. I have lost a total of 66 pounds total so far. I first heard about HealthyWage through my employer and did not sign up right away. It was about a month later that I decided to invest in myself and my health. I weighed in 5 days before my challenge was complete and was verified shortly after that. I requested my payout of $1900 and have received my check. I’m so happy that I did it and feel amazing. Winning money was the “icing on the cake”. I recommend HealthyWage to anyone wanting to get healthy and get paid while you’re at it. The app was really easy to use and I like the chat platform to communicate with other HealthyWagers.

  12. Jennifer Downing says

    HealthyWage is an awesome opportunity to make money while you lose weight. The idea of losing my money that I put in or the idea of winning a big chunk of money definitely helped with discipline to lose the weight and stick with it. The rules are straightforward. You lose the weight, you win! I bet $100/month for 6 months to lose 50#. I lost 53 1/2#! And won $1938!

    • Congrats! How long did it take for HW to do the final review after you submitted your final verified weigh in and winning form? Thanks!

      • Jennifer Downing says

        Hi, Nate:) I did my final weigh out the 1st day of my 15 day window. It was verified that evening at about 7 p.m. it fell on a Wednesday, and I had read that a lot of people got the confirmation on a Wednesday. I received my check in the mail yesterday, June 26th. It costs about $7 to get paid by check, but you can choose to get paid through paypal also. I’m not sure how much it charges for that, but I think you might have access to the money sooner?

  13. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE Healthy Wage! I bet $600 ($50/month) over a year to lose 75 lbs which was 33% of my starting body weight. I will say I paid all of my money up front so I felt like I was “all in” from the beginning. At the start, I was 5’10” weighing 226 lbs and when I was done, I did a final weigh in at 151 with a loss of 75.5 lbs. The phone app was extremely helpful for posting unverified weight loss updates to see if I was on track or not — I wasn’t for a good portion of the challenge – and the verification process was unbelievably easy. Everyone I have been in contact with from Customer Service to Marketing has been great and receiving the check and having my winnings in hand – $2118 – was AWESOME! I can say the check has cleared the bank so it is REAL. I will be an advocate of theirs for the rest of my life and will continue to recommend them to anyone who is truly committed to wanting to change their lives and lose the weight. I am hoping for a challenge for weight loss maintenance as the program is so easy to work with and I want their help in keeping me on track. If there are any doubters about how it works, email me — I am willing to help and have blogged about my experience and the steps I took to lose my weight.

    • Mike Rafone says

      so was that $2118 all profit, or did it include the initial $600 you paid in?

      like, did you get back your $600 AND $2118, or JUST $2118 for a profit of $1518?

      also could you please explain how ($50/month * 12 months) translated into either the $2118 or $1518 (depending on which amount profit you actually got)??? like break down how much profit you get depending on your wager, and is it x amount of profit each month and you claim it at the end, or is the total profit just calculted and added on at the end? i guess im asking for a detailed explanation of bet vs. profit over time. sorry if its confusing.

  14. Dina S Pena says

    I always respond better when I have “big brother” and then you add some money on top. I made a bet (paid $500) and I won $1332 and lost 65lbs. What I like is I set all the terms and amounts. I picked how much I wanted to lose. I picked how long I thought it would take. It was up to me how I was gonna lose it. I weighted in when I wanted to. So where was big brother….that $50 that came out of my bank account every month! That was my reminder that at the end of all of it was a reward. I didn’t have someone breathing down my neck, but I would answer at the end.

    The processes was really easy. Collecting the winnings was easy.
    I would recommend HealthyWage to anyone.

  15. I did HealthyWage myself and would highly recommend it if you are motivated by money. I looked at it as an investment in my health and it was the best return I have ever gotten on an investment. It helped that I had a lot of weight to lose – over 115#. I spent a lot of time calculating my bet to ensure the highest return. I ended up going with $130 per month for 15 months. Just under $2000 turned into $6237 over those 15 months!! The process was simple to weigh-in, weigh-out and request my check. I had trouble believing it was true until I actually had the check and took it to the bank. I highly recommend it if you are ready to commit to your health. Their are few weight loss programs that leave you with positive results AND money in your pocket!

  16. Joshua Katt says

    Same as a casino, the house always wins. This is more like a for-profit sociology business. I’m surprised no one has pointed this out. The “losers” pay off the winners, company expenses and profit! The notable exception is the player can control the outcome instead of lady luck. The owners / founders must be well versed in human nature.

    • Your description sounds like any bank or credit card company to me. The key is that you control your behavior, which is not a small thing. Banks offer free checking, billpay, ATMs built all over the place, interest, and other features which are paid for essentially by overdraft fees. Credit cards offer cash back rewards, float, extended warranties, and chargeback protection which are essentially paid by those carrying balances and paying interest.

      • Joshua Katt says

        I definitely agree, absolutely, Maybe it goes without saying but they aren’t doing this out of the goodness of their hearts to see you get healthy, if fact, they need the opposite to happen, Someone has crunched the numbers, thrown in some psychological behavior forecasting and determined a profitable, predictable run rate. There is no limit on what financially motivated humans will bet on!

        I’m surprised that there isn’t a waiting period like a 6 month follow-up in order to collect the money (or half of it perhaps) as many weight losers put it back on.

        I think I’m in for $500, thanks for bringing to our attention.

        • It’s true, they are not a charity. If I were to take the pro side, I would say they offer a service and they are being compensated. If I was to take the con, then I’d say they are profiting off the hopes and dreams of dieters. In reality, it’s both. But I lost 50 pounds using them as a source of motivation, so I’m biased. 🙂

  17. Awesome! This is the most informative review I have read about HealthyWage, including what has been discussed in the comments. Thank you for writing this post and thank you to those who have posted comments regarding their own experience, taxes, and questions. Very helpful

  18. As of 2018, HealthWage has updated their policy to only issue a 1099-MISC if your net winnings are over $600. See this tweet.

  19. Questions:
    (1) What type of vendor is HealthWage considered when being processed on your credit card? Bank of America’s Cash Rewards card now lets you choose an “internet purchase” category, with an effective cash back rate of 5.25% if you’re a BoA premium rewards member. However, if HealthWage is considered a gambling website, I do not believe that it would qualify under the internet purchase category.

    (2) Can a pregnant woman sign up near the very end of her pregnancy, just before she gives birth? It would guarantee an almost instant win (or massive advantage).

    • (1) Sorry I’m not sure. I highly doubt it is classified as gambling, as this is not a “game of luck”.

      (2) I believe pregnancy is covered in their fine print and disqualifies you from winning.

    • Hi Rob,

      1) We are not a gambling website, as Jonathan said, because although we us the word “bet” to explain the concept, HealthyWager isn’t gambling in the legal sense because you are in control of the outcome at all times. It’s up to you to lose the weight. We provide personal services.

      2) We have a rule that you can not participate while pregnant but you can after you’ve have the baby as soon as your doctor says it is okay.

      • Thanks Kate

        For anyone else interested in this question, HealthyWage charges to your credit card have a MCC (Merchant Category Code) of 7299. This corresponds to a classification of “healthcare” or “personal service”. I have confirmed with Bank of America that neither of these classifications would qualify for enhanced cash-back under any of Bank of America’s Cash Rewards categories. Anyone know of a good card that would get great cash back on this?

        The best cash-back I could come up with is Bank of America’s Premium Rewards card, which yields 2.625% cash back on every-day spend if you have Platinum Honors Preferred status. Can anyone beat this for the HealthyWage charges?

  20. Does anyone know the tax rate? So if I win $1,000, how much should I expect to lose come April 15th? Thanks!

  21. Does anyone know what percentage would be taken out for taxes? So if I win $1,000, what percentage should I expect to return come April 15th? Thanks!

  22. They do not provide a 1099 if you choose to have a payout through PayPal. They say PayPal should provide it instead, even though I don’t see anything from them either.

  23. This is the message I got. “Your goal has been adjusted – must be at least 10% of your body weight.” I would be too underweight if I lose 10% of my body weight. Nice concept. The $100 bonus is added motivation, but I’ll have to pass 🙂

  24. I don’t see any way to see what my prize would be without either signing up (not paying, but still need to sign up with email and password) or logging in via a Facebook account. That’s disappointing as I hate needing to create an account for something I may never use again.

    • Jennifer Downing says

      You will have to create an account to see your possible winnings, but it doesnt mean you are signing up:)

      • Right, I get that. My point it is why do I need to create an account for something I may never login to again?

        • Jennifer Downing says

          I understand your concern. I dont know why it is like that, but you can always unsubscribe from emails afterwards if you dont want to do a wager. I remember when I started, I didnt like having to do that either.

  25. I’m not sure if anyone has mentioned it yet, but there IS a fee if you choose a check. I just won a few jackpot challenges and it was either the paypal with 2.2% – 2.9% fee + $0.30 or a paper check with a $7 fee. It was cheaper to get the check by quite a bit, so that’s what I opted to do. But there IS a fee, unfortunately.

  26. I don’t see the requirement to include a before and after photo.
    In fact, the site says this: “Before and After photos are not required to successfully complete a challenge.
    Uploaded photos will only be seen by you”.

  27. This company is a complete scam. They had no problem taking 100 dollars from my account every month for 6 months. I hit my goal. When it came time for them to pay me my winnings, they wanted me to jump through all these extra hoops before paying me out. It became clear they never planned on paying me! I did the weigh out that was required. I then had to take off for Japan for a business trip. They sent me an email requiring an additional weigh in and 10 extra steps that was everything short of the hokie pokie. I told them I could not, as I was on business in a different country. I attempted multiple times to come to a fair agreement, they said if I did not weigh in with in 3 days I would forfeit everything. Although I already lost the weight and completed their weigh out procedure! I then said, I don’t even want the winnings at this point, at the very least I want my money back, to which they refused. This company ripped me off for $600! I am looking into legal action now. Do NOT use this company unless you want your money stolen!

  28. Barbara Stutesman Hiltner says

    How does your program address weight loss through gastric bypass.

  29. I wonder if the payouts have started dropping (or are about to drop) due to the new class of effective weight loss drugs.

    Also, LOL at the influx of obvious shill comments on this post in 2017/2018.

  30. I just won my wager and did the Request a Payout, which says it would take 2-5 business days to get into my PayPal. I didn’t realize the amount the fee would be as mentioned above, but oh well. I will just get it by check next time to save $5 something in fees.

    Now I have things I have learned, and know what caused me to have to buy time (because of being all last day, last minute and stuff messed me up the first time), but even after the buying time, I still got back all the money I put into it, plus $133 more for the prize.

    * Make sure your floor has no carpeting or floor mats anywhere near where you do the video.

    The first time I had a black, fuzzy floor mat under my scale. So removing it, I did not meet the goal after all, by about 2.8 pounds. The second time around, after buying time … so 6 months later, I still had a fricken floor mat nearby in the video, so that made them wonder if it was actual carpet.

    SO, I had to do an actual 10 minute Zoom meeting with a SUPER PLEASANT team member to prove the scale was not on carpeting in person.

    The best level floor I could find was a cement garage floor, and the lady wasn’t quite sure how I could prove it was not carpet this time …. until I grabbed the kids’ sidewalk chalk nearby and drew a heart and some squiggle lines next to the scale.

    I also had tried out my daughter’s really nice scale just before the Zoom meeting to check the difference of mine, and hers actually made me a pound lighter. So of course I used hers.

    Then in that moment just before the meeting, I discovered my own scale was damaged somehow, to where one of the feet crumbled away and was missing. *They make you show the bottom of the scale in a Zoom meeting* is how I discovered it. I am not sure how it could possibly have ever felt level, unless it just came out during the traveling to their house. IDK… Glad I suddenly had a backup scale to use prior to that Zoom meeting.

    So I advise you to get a much nicer digital scale than the one I got that was silver Bally. Or just use a different scale somewhere at a friend’s house. Or have your nurse video record (in the app) you getting weighed at a doctor’s appointment.

    * If you do the weigh out video yourself, make sure you can see the numbers in the full-length mirror. (I used a really lightweight, wall-mountable, full-length mirror I hadn’t mounted yet.)

    * Make sure you show the bottom of the scale, even if it doesn’t ask you to, and that your hands are visible in the mirror during the video, so you don’t look like you cheated somehow.

    I did my final weight 3 times in my submitted video, but it still got messed up because of the little floor mat nearby. But trust me, the Zoom meeting was absolutely nothing to feel anxiety about, as long as you are at, or less than, the goal weight. And it pays your HW account within like 2 days if you end up in a Zoom meeting. Which you then decide to have payout, or use it toward another wager. I just took the whole payout. Then ended up doing another wager after that.

    Also, I did not have to wear a swimsuit in front of them in the Zoom meeting; they said just tight fitting clothes, and leggings was fine even.

    Anyway, I know I would have accomplished my wager the first time around, had I realized about the whole carpet on the floor thing. After the buying more time, I only had to be a few pounds less than the beginning of the new 6 months wager, because you keep the same bet/goal/prize, but you have to pay into it the same amount as the first time. So basically I maintained my previous weight for 6 months, plus another few pounds less for the final weighouts.

    I also just recently had an epiphany about the reason weight ever falls off someone effortlessly…. I am thinking it is because of ever being in a new love relationship. I think that makes all the difference in the world. Well, I haven’t found that relationship, almost once a few years ago, but I have been learning that with Law of Attraction, you have to “feel in love the with idea of love” first.

    Having a major crush on someone else during my first wager (who then always asked me to video chat with me daily for hours) … made it pretty easy to drop pounds in that first 25 pound wager. I also had done whatever manifestation technique I had just learned about (making someone obsessed with spending time with you) from Robert Zink on the “Law of Attraction Solutions” channel), and it truly worked for months, but we live too far apart and they got a new real relationship in person.

    I am intending to learn more about all these manifesting techniques. I want to manifest this next 25 pound removal more effortlessly again. I shall hope to teach others what I find out at some point. @LadyEdify is my law of attraction channel.

    So I am about to do another wager! I emailed them to ask why the minimum bet was now higher, as it is now a $200 minimum with minimum of 6 months time. (I thought mine was $150 minimum before.) They replied this:

    “…You are correct that the minimum wager prior to the 2023 year was $100 over the life of the wager. We have not had a minimum of $150. We did raise the commitment for a few reasons, but the main reason was to be able to raise the profit value for new or returning participants so that the prizes would be larger. Another side of this as well is by having a higher commitment, there is more skin in the game (so to speak) which increases the likelihood of our participants succeeding.”

    It truly is attainable if even I could do it, and I have (what 3 different levels of doctors labeled as) Severe A.D.D. which is probably how I missed the part about carpets or floor mats… But I actually did succeed! Next wager it will be so much easier.

    I am really glad to highly recommend Healthywage to anyone, with any tricks you can learn such as I have mentioned to make the final verification go much more smoothly, and I hope you all have success!

    It’s Awesome!!

  31. I had a further delay of my getting the money into my PayPal was because I had used an alternate email for PayPal compared to my correspondence with Healthywage. So make sure you don’t use different ones if you want things to go more smoothly.

    I reached out wondering why it was taking so long. I kept waiting because of the 2 weekends and 4th of July involved, making the 5th business day 10 days later….

    They said they sent an email asking me to confirm it several days ago, but it didn’t come … not in junk mail either. So once I confirmed with them, the money was in my account late that night, like 16 hours later.

  32. Do not use this program it is a waste of your time and hard-earned money.
    Last year I signed up for an individual weight lose challenge over the year and made a wager.
    Unfortunately, during a run, I dislocated my knee, which resulted in my needing surgery and long-term damage.
    I recently did my final weigh-in and I have met my weight lose goals regardless of my injury with just diet and self-control.
    The company then responded that due to my foot going up and down 1-time on the scale that I must be committing fraud!!!!
    I cannot help that its hard to stand-up for long periods straight due to my leg now.
    When I explained everything to them and could even provide proof from my doctor, they needed to have a zoom meeting with me.
    I followed all the instructions as described!!! This company is a fraud and will do anything to get out of paying you want you have earned.

    If you have a disability like me -keep moving and take it from me – they will not believe that you have accomplished your goals!
    And will make you feel less than human for being disabled. Hopefully I can prevent anyone reading this from losing their money like I had too!

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