Here are answers to obvious questions you probably have.
Technically speaking, yes, it is. You only pay if you fail to meet your weekly goals. And if you quit before your commitment ends, you pay a one time fee of $9.
Currently, we only support the Fitbit® and the Apple Watch. Plans to support Android Wear devices and Garmin wearables are in the pipeline.
You pay a one time fee of $9. Think of it as a fee for breaking a contract.
Absolutely not. The only reason you'd pay this fee is if you ended your commitment prematurely. Otherwise, regardless of how many times you fail your weekly goals, you will never have to pay the $9 quitting fee, provided you stuck through the entire duration of the commitment.
That all depends. Life happens sometimes. Just contact us and let us know why you're quitting.
You will have to make sure your Fitbit app is updated regularly with your activity data. We recommend doing this at least twice a week and on Sunday nights.
If at the end of each week, you fail to meet all the fitness metrics for that week, you pay a set penalty. The amount of this penalty is up to you, the user.
The penalty fees are used to keep the app running, add improvements, and pay our developers.
The one time $9 fee is to help you stick through the course. You only have to worry about this fee if you're quitting your commitment before its end date.
Your commitment will always start on Monday of the following week.
You must use your fitness tracker if you want to capture your fitness activity on Lazy Jar. This is the only way we can confirm your fitness activity at the end of each week. Remember to sync your Fitbit® or Apple Watch regularly.
You can always email us at email@example.com. We're always happy to hear from you!