There are lots of ways to lose weight, and all of them end up with Stringer Bell being none too happy with you, and probably banging your baby mama. Now there's a weight-loss plan that effs with your money: LoseItOrLoseIt.
LoseIt's a web service coded by two guys out of the wild West (Chester) that, needing long-term weight loss motivation, decided to launch a service that gives dieting slobs the chance to bet real dough against themselves being able to stop eating anything that's made with it. Getting started involves entering your weight loss goals and throwing a sum of money in escrow; make your weigh-in targets (you need two witnesses to vouch) and you lose nothing, miss a weigh-in or goal, and you lose a percentage, up to 10% weekly -- like a tithe to the god of sloth, who's not the guy who wants a Baby Ruth, although now you are...fatty. At the end of the 10 weeks, they'll verify your record and refund any remaining scrill, and as further incentive to drop those lbs, they do nothing even close to decent with the money you lose: they figured donating to charity would make you feel good about staying plus-sized, so they keep all cash surrendered to cover server fees, and presumably buy suits with dollar signs all over them.
To further motivate you without actually doing anything overtly motivational, they make all your weigh-in info, wagers, success percentages, and photos available to all users, although it's unclear how that matters, since Bubbs hasn't rounded up enough radiators to buy a computer.