How does everything work?

How does everything work?

When a Promiser Challenges Themselves:

  1. The person states, which addiction or simply bad habit they want to get rid of and for how long they promise not to indulge in that habit. They must begin to fulfil the promise within one month.

  2. The Promiser chooses the size of the deposit—i.e., the amount that they agree to lose should they fail to keep the promise. Each Supporter will have to deposit the same amount at minimum. For better results, it is recommended that the deposit should be large enough to be unpleasant to lose.

  3. The Promiser invites Supporters (people they trust) in the Promiser.pro system and agrees to a contract with them.

    In order for the fight against a harmful habit to be more effective, it is recommended that the Supporters be people close to the Promiser as they will be next in line behind the Promiser to reap the biggest benefits when the Promiser successfully gets rid of the addiction (e.g., a wife will be happy if her husband quits drinking, an employer will value a non-smoking and disciplined employee more, and a father will be happy if his son stops gambling such as playing slot machines).

    A Promiser can begin fulfilling their promise even without any confirmed rewards from Supporters, who can join later.

    In case no Supporters ever join a promise, the Promiser can either complete the promise, or cancel it for free.

  4. The account of the Promiser’s promise is private; however, if they feel that the peer recognition and pressure is important, or that they need a larger crowd of Supporters (the more Supporters there are, the greater the financial benefit), the Promiser can make the account of their promise public and allow anyone to join as a Follower who can become a Supporter, later.

    The Promiser can also share their achievements via social networks should they wish.

  5. If the Promiser keeps their promise, the bonus specified in the contract is deducted from the Supporters' payment cards and transferred to the Promiser (transfer costs are deducted from this amount). A Promiser must provide their account details in order to receive their rewards.

  6. If the Promiser fails to keep their promise, their deposit is used to support charities, projects fighting addictions and/or promoting a healthy lifestyle as well as to cover organisational costs. The Supporters keep their money.

    Both the Promiser and the Supporters must submit their payment card details at the beginning of the promise.

    ATTENTION! After confirming your deal you will not be charged and no money will be reserved until the promise is completed or broken.

When a Supporter or an Employer Challenges the Promiser:

  1. A person states which addiction or simply bad habit, and for what period of time, they challenge the Promiser—a family member, a friend, an employee, or another important person who needs help—to get rid of it.

  2. The challenger chooses the size of the bonus—i.e., the amount that the Supporter or the employer agrees to pay should the Promiser keep their promise.

    The Promiser will have to deposit the same amount at minimum, unless the Supporter marks a special checkbox that allows the Promiser to deposit a smaller sum. If the checkbox is marked, the deposit will have to be no smaller than 10% of the Supporter’s bonus or 10 GBP/USD/EUR.

  3. A person challenges the Promiser to get rid of a harmful habit in the Promiser.pro system and concludes a contract with them.

    When accepting the challenge, the Promiser can set the promise to begin within one month.

    An employer can invite an unlimited number of employees.

  4. If the Promiser keeps their promise, the bonus stipulated in the contract is deducted from the Supporters' payment cards and transferred to the account indicated by the Promiser (transfer costs are deducted from this amount).

    If one of the Supporters is an employer, who confirmed the deal without a payment card, then the employer is required to transfer the reward to the employee directly. If the employer is the only Supporter, the Promiser doesn't need to provide an account for rewards.

  5. If the Promiser fails to keep their promise, their deposit is used to support charities, projects fighting addictions and/or promoting a healthy lifestyle as well as to cover organisational costs. The Supporters keep their money.

    Both the Promiser and the Supporters must submit their payment card details at the beginning of the promise.

    An exception is made for employers, who can choose the option to confirm a deal without a payment card. In that case they must transfer their rewards directly to successful employees at the end of their promises.

    ATTENTION! After confirming your deal you will not be charged and no money will be reserved until the promise is completed or broken.