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Send Out Cards Review – Unique Business or Scam?

You came to this blog post because you want to make sure Sendoutcards is a legitimate opportunity.  The fact you are doing your diligence is a very good sign that you are serious and want to make sure you are making the right decision.

In this Send Out Cards review, I am going to walk you through the company, the products and the business opportunity so you can decide to join or not…

…Remember to pay attention and read this blog post to the end to avoid making the wrong decision.

Let’s jump into what the company is all about…

Send Out Cards Review – The Company

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Website:  https://www.sendoutcards.com

I tried visiting the site when I wrote this review for some reason the site was down…

The company was created by a man named Kody Bateman who wanted to do something different from all the other MLM companies out there.  He wanted to make a company based on sending greeting cards and gifts online.

I would say this is the first of it’s kind and as of right now, the company is a Multi-Million dollar company per year!

There is quite the demand for greeting cards as well and it sure beats going to the store trying to find one and then going to the post office and sending it to the person.

Next, let’s check out the products…

Send Out Cards – The Products

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If you didn’t know already, this company specializes in “Greeting cards” and “Gifts”.

The great thing is SOC products are great. The cards are actually top notch quality and are created in a state of the art facility.

The price point overall is actually pretty good compared to most companies out there.  Specially the ones in brick and mortar stores.

Like I said earlier, it sure beats the traditional method of sending out greeting cards where you have to go to the store, select a card and then go to the post office to send the card.

The great thing about their greeting cards is you can try it for FREE before you buy it.

The cost per card is around 98 cents retail (I believe the wholesale price is around 62 cents).  That’s still very cheap compared to Hallmark or American Greetings which will cost you around $4-5 bucks!

Alright so the product side looks good…

…what is in it for you on the business opportunity?

Send Out Cards Reviews – The Business Opportunity

Like any network marketing company out there, you get paid commissions when you sponsor people into your business.

Now instead of me trying to explain their compensation plan, why not check out their corporate video?

Watch This To Learn More about their Compensation Plan:

NOTE:  I do NOT endorse this video, it’s for educational purposes only.

The compensation plan is great overall, but there is a big problem with this business opportunity…

…I will get into that next.

Send Out Cards Review – is it a scam?

Overall, Send Out Cards is NOT a scam regardless of some of the reviews.

Most of the negative reviews are from people who joined thinking it was a lottery ticket…

You know…

They think by sponsoring two people, the other people will do their part etc.

They are relying on other people to sponsor but the focus should always be on YOU.

How are you sponsoring people?

What kind of game plan do you have?

You see…

This is why people fail.

They refuse to learn the right skills to sponsor people and just become a good network marketer.

So what is the solution to all of this?

Well, there are tons of self development out there…

I recommend you guys getting this book and start here.

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That is the book that completely changed my life…

Now, there is another solution as well.

Find a business model that doesn’t require any kind of recruiting that will make you money.

You would be surprised there are actually tons of businesses like that where you can work from home and profit online.

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I hope you enjoyed my Send Out Cards review and if you are in this company, please tell us about your results in the comments below.

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-Jesse Singh

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Click Here to Leave a Comment Below 12 comments
Sara - August 6, 2015

I tried this company and it was a complete joke. Their website is NOT user friendly. The people I sent cards to from their site, didn’t even receive their card. Then to top it off, you have to purchase “points” to use a card, plus purchase postage. I had purchased points at the beginning thinking it would a great thing…but it turned out to be difficult to use and when I found out my people didn’t even get their cards, I was very unhappy. So I went to cancel the account and get my money back, they wouldn’t refund any of the money I used to purchase “points” – what a joke and what a scam.

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    Jesse Singh - August 8, 2015

    Hey Sara,

    Thanks for letting us know.

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    Wendi - September 15, 2015

    Hey Sara,

    Sounds like you didn’t have a positive experience. For whatever reason the person didn’t receive their card, did you contact customer service about that so they could resend or troubleshoot? Was the country put in correctly, etc? I’ve been using the service for awhile and everyone has always received their cards, even as far away as Thailand and Hawaii and for Hawaii it only took 4 days. The card quality and the gifts are truly second to none. This is NOT a scam. It’s a legitimate company where you can truly show you care about others by sending them something in the mail other than bills. When someone goes to their mailbox and gets a card and a gift instead of a bill, let me tell you, you truly make their day. Nothing is ever perfect and sometimes things happen. But to write off the whole company because of it is a little short-sighted in my opinion. I happen to think the opposite and am glad a company like this exists because it makes me a little nicer of a person because now I find reasons to send cards and gifts and e-cards are a dime a dozen these days and end up in spam a lot of the time. People are sick of getting emails. Let’s get back to basics and brighten people’s days with real, tangible products they can look at again and again.

    This company has even made recent changes to their compensation structure and are VERY customer focused right now. It’s all about getting customers who love the product. If you also want to make money at it and become a distributor, then great, but most of the money is made on commissions of the products.

    Just my 2 cents. I highly recommend this company and product to anyone looking for a great relationship marketing tool or to just keep up with your own cards and gifts for friends and family.

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      LS - December 17, 2015

      This website and company is a scam.
      I purchased 100 points ($59) and $20 expenses to send out cards and my credit card was charged $85 (including taxes). But guess what showed up on my account in sendoutcards? Only 40 points and $9.
      Repeated chats and emails requesting clarification on what happened to the missing $ have not been responded to, in fact the chats have not even been read. I doubt that there is any customer service team behind this, other than the one making money.
      I only hope that the cards I sent out reach my clients.

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    Charlotte Hyatt - March 31, 2017

    That’s odd! I have been using sendoutcards.com since 2009 (?) and my friends always get their cards. Sometimes it takes a week and a half but the card always gets there. I have even set up a time beforehand to get the cards out and the service is very reliable. I have not tried the business side. I just send to friends and family but my niece uses them for her daycare clients.

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Tim - March 15, 2016

I feel insulted on the odd occasion I receive a send-out-card. It just reeks of “I couldn’t be bothered hand writing a card and posting it so I just went online and sent a stock card with a printed ‘greeting’ “. It says, “I don’t care”. Hey, a personalised email means more than a send-out-card.

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    Jean Jacobsen - May 18, 2016

    I made a couple of trial cards, and they were great! I was able to send a personalized message and include photos of the person to whom I sent the cards. In my opinion, that’s much more meaningful than receiving an email. Receiving an email means to me that the person did what was easiest that cost the least. I love receiving a card. It shows the person really cared about me and made an effort to honor me.

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Josh - March 25, 2016

The details are obsolete.

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    Jesse Singh - March 26, 2016

    Hey Josh,

    If you want, give me the new updated details and I will post.

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Heather - April 15, 2016

I have been using SOC for a number of years and I LOVE it! Sometimes I use pre-made cards and write a personal message, but most of the time I create a custom card with my own photos and a personal message. People love getting the cards, as well as the gifts, if I include one. My Mom has used it even longer than I have and uses it as a ministry of encouragement, sending cards and gifts to those who are sick, sad or struggling, or just to brighten someone’s day. We have both had an excellent customer service experience when problems have arisen, including cards that didn’t get send and expired/missing points. I will say that the website could be streamlined and more user-friendly, but they have made improvements. My sister is involved on the business end and she loves it, though she will tell you it’s HARD work. SOC is not right for everyone from a business perspective, but from a customer perspective, if you like to send cards and gifts, there’s no better way to do it personally, efficiently and cost-effectively.

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    Jesse Singh - April 15, 2016

    Hey Heather,

    Thank you for the comment 🙂

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