LA Weight Loss - What happens if I need more weeks?




islandbound
04-02-2006, 11:24 AM
Just thought I would prepare myself, I will need more wl weeks, will I just be charged a weekly charge?
thanks,
lizzy:?:


rad7775
04-02-2006, 12:47 PM
In case that you need more WL weeks you just have to tell the counselor how many weeks you need and they tell you a total for whole WL weeks that you want to buy, is not weekly. For example if you think that you need 7 more weeks of WL and the week cost is 7.00, well you will have to pay 49.00.Hope that helps!

islandbound
04-02-2006, 01:47 PM
thanks Milca, that was what I was hoping to hear.
lizzy


30lbsby22
04-03-2006, 07:25 PM
What happens if I have been OP this entire time and have gone in 3 times a week to WI? I know i will need more weeks. My goal date was supposed to be somewhere around April 26 and as we can all see by my ticker that isnt going to happen. But its not like I was doing anything wrong. They have told me they will keep working with me even after my goal date until I get the weight off but does that mean I will have to buy more weeks even though I was doing everything they told me to do?

rad7775
04-03-2006, 08:49 PM
Megan:
You have a good question, if you find out let me know , please.

deetsmom
04-03-2006, 09:00 PM
My COD was VERY good about this...they let me keep going in WL mode until I hit my goal...then, I wanted to go lower and had a really hard time, I bought more weeks at that time and STILL couldnt get to my lower goal and they even offered me free weeks at a certain point...they knew I wasnt a person who went off program and was faithfully there three times per week, bought lites, etc. Now, I am supposed to be on maintennance and have had trouble and no one even mentioned buying more weeks when they put me back on WL mode last week.

lak_55119
04-03-2006, 09:12 PM
Deets are you trying to get to your original goal or the lower one? If it's the original one I wouldn't think you should have to pay for more since your doing the lights. Look at your contract.

deetsmom
04-03-2006, 09:17 PM
Im not paying more. I went below my contract goal and then during stabilization and maintennance and with the re-introduction of a lot of exercise, I am up 2 pounds, so they are giving me a few weeks to get back down for free.

stiesta
04-03-2006, 10:11 PM
My contract says if you follow the program to a T, buy the lites, and always weigh in (or call and put your chart on hold if you miss a week) then they will work with you as long as it takes to get you to your goal for free. I know they all may be different, but pull out your original contract to get an idea until you actually get to sit down with a COD.