As a person who has taken the grant me academy without receiving the best results ($8500 in scholarships with $4000 gone to grant me) here's my take.
I would be cautious about grantme, I used it myself and depending on the student you are, they really do bloat your personal achievements. If they think you can win enough to be "satisfied" they will enroll you. In the end, they are a company whose main goal is to make money off of you. Whether you get the scholarships or not is up to the work you end up putting in any way, which is way more than 2 hours a week. 2nd is the hidden costs, $4000 is the basic cost for the academy they offer. However, you can access more and are advised to "invest in yourself" by purchasing packages like the University Application Aid and others for prices ranging from $250 - $2500. On top of that, the average student admitted to the academy is already capable of achieving the average student winnings on their own, without spending ~$4000. They are a new company that is focused on students mainly in BC. The timings they offer for mentorship calls, email replies, essay proofreads, office hours, etc. don't fit well to students outside of BC. In the end, you have to sacrifice a lot of your own time to grant me to show your "commitment and dedication to the process". These terms and agreement, as well as contract, only benefits them as a company, for example: if you choose not to apply for a scholarship it is used against you, at no time are you allowed to cancel or withdraw from the program, grant me keeps the rights to your money and no refund is allowed. While the comments above claim to have made racks off of grant me, which is great, their average winnings posted on their website is only $9200, don't need to even like math to know an average of $9200 means most of their students don't make more than that. In the end your paying for a glorified essay proofreader, their scholarship finder does not work as advertised, it will give you scholarships that don't match the criteria you want and you still end up going to the provider's website to find the essay requirements -> Making a free account with Scholarships Canada is much better option. Any scholarship you don't apply to is used against you and you must submit an essay 3 weeks before the deadline for them to proofread it as, "they are a busy company with students who show more commitment to the process". If you have more questions feel free to ask.