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(Nicolas Amaya/CBC ) Those letters are a requirement before the company will even consider paying out a grant.

Larry Smith said he wrote a thank-you letter and last August and received an email saying his

(Nicolas Amaya/CBC ) Those letters are a requirement before the company will even consider paying out a grant.Larry Smith said he wrote a thank-you letter and last August and received an email saying his $1,920 grant was approved but after months passed with no payout, Smith contacted Go Public.Some thought, because of its name, it was a government-run program issuing "grants." The Weight Loss Grants Organization now has a notice on its website that the grants program "has now concluded." "It's good for the consumer," said Richel Prevost, of Calgary, who heard about the program on the radio two years ago.At the time, Prevost, 5'6", was tipping the scales at over 200 pounds and desperate to lose weight. She reached her goal ahead of schedule and was told for months that her documents were being reviewed.That rule was introduced in April, long after Prevost finished the program and submitted her paperwork."You can't change the rules like that in the middle and deny me my claim based on something that you implemented after the fact," Prevost said.Jenn Granger from Calgary paid Dalewood $2,100, lost weight, and met all the requirements in October.

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(Nicolas Amaya/CBC ) Those letters are a requirement before the company will even consider paying out a grant.

Larry Smith said he wrote a thank-you letter and last August and received an email saying his $1,920 grant was approved but after months passed with no payout, Smith contacted Go Public.

Some thought, because of its name, it was a government-run program issuing "grants." The Weight Loss Grants Organization now has a notice on its website that the grants program "has now concluded." "It's good for the consumer," said Richel Prevost, of Calgary, who heard about the program on the radio two years ago.

At the time, Prevost, 5'6", was tipping the scales at over 200 pounds and desperate to lose weight. She reached her goal ahead of schedule and was told for months that her documents were being reviewed.

That rule was introduced in April, long after Prevost finished the program and submitted her paperwork.

"You can't change the rules like that in the middle and deny me my claim based on something that you implemented after the fact," Prevost said.

Jenn Granger from Calgary paid Dalewood $2,100, lost weight, and met all the requirements in October.

,920 grant was approved but after months passed with no payout, Smith contacted Go Public.

Some thought, because of its name, it was a government-run program issuing "grants." The Weight Loss Grants Organization now has a notice on its website that the grants program "has now concluded." "It's good for the consumer," said Richel Prevost, of Calgary, who heard about the program on the radio two years ago.

At the time, Prevost, 5'6", was tipping the scales at over 200 pounds and desperate to lose weight. She reached her goal ahead of schedule and was told for months that her documents were being reviewed.

That rule was introduced in April, long after Prevost finished the program and submitted her paperwork.

"You can't change the rules like that in the middle and deny me my claim based on something that you implemented after the fact," Prevost said.

Jenn Granger from Calgary paid Dalewood ,100, lost weight, and met all the requirements in October.

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It turns out Dalewood and the Weight Loss Grants Organization are connected.

Prevost said she lost 50 pounds on her own through diet and exercise and reached her weight loss goal five months early.

A year later, she is still trying to collect her grant.

Stein said Smith hasn't received a cheque because he failed to get a required letter from his doctor. The Better Business Bureau of Central Ontario has given the Weight Loss Grants Organization an "F" and Dalewood a "D" rating due to the high number of customer complaints.

"Consumers feel like they've achieved the requirements of the grants but for what might be a technical reason, they're not getting the grant at the end," said spokesperson Patrick Mc Keen.

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