SendOutCards Facts, News and Review

by louabbott on October 31, 2009

“Why Send Out Cards?…

When was the last time you sent an unexpected card at an unexpected time to someone you care about? Do you think it would make a difference? Do you remember people’s birthdays and other special occasions? Do you think that matters to them? How about a simple thank you or expression of appreciation. Do you think that would make a difference?

With this incredible tool, not only can you remember people and share appreciation, you can motivate,
uplift, encourage and truly make a difference. Here is the interesting thing, the more you do this, the more you realize that you, the sender of these cards, benefit the most.

We are changing people’s lives for good one simple card at a time.”  — SOC Company Site

Founded: 2003

Founder & CEO: Kody Bateman
President: Erik Laver

Product Designer: Ryan Tranmer, Manager

Key Products: Greeting Cards designed online and send out via regular mail.

Compensation: Retail and Preferred Customer Profits, Coaching Bonuses, Seminar and Leadership Bonus and a 7 level Volume Bonus on Greeting Cards sold.

Product Starter Packs: From $99 to $398 (the recommended $398 Entrepreneur Package Plus).

Send Out Cards
1825 West Research Way
Salt Lake City, UT 84119
Phone Number: (801) 463-3800
Fax Number: (801) 463-3900

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Gilbert Nichols August 10, 2012 at 8:31 pm Thumb up 3 Thumb down 0

Let your readership know that getting into Send Out Cards is even more affordable with three customer levels, “Pay as you Go,” Retail Account for $9.80 per month (6-10 cards per month) or Preferred for $31 per month (33-50 cards per month). Distributorships are less than $300 and the system is so much more improved. Fundraising options exist with Send Out Cards. Giving to give brings in so much more positive universal energy than the selfish alternatives. A side note, the U.S. Postal Service awarded Send Out Cards with a plaque for sending out more pieces of mail from one company than any other in a year’s time and now we have our own post mark on our envelopes. Pretty impressive!


Renaud March 31, 2012 at 9:48 am Thumb up 1 Thumb down 0

Best company ever!
– The value to price ratio is off the chart
– 95% of distributor STAY after the first year.
– People are SENDING the product. Can you get more viral than that?

Reply November 19, 2011 at 5:14 pm Thumb up 3 Thumb down 3

In my opinion, Send Out Cards is THE network marketing company to get involved with because the product in and of itself is a relationship builder. The joy a person experiences from creating a card for a loved one or a client is tremendous. Everybody loves cards, even though most people are not in the habit of sending them frequently. I used to be one of those until I joined Send Out Cards and now I send literally tens of cards every week and my personal relationships have drastically improved, I have gotten numerous business referrals and lots of feedback on just how receiving a card from me made their day and made them feel really good. They just can’t stop smiling! I love it!
The famous poet Maya Angelou said “They may forget your name but they will never forget how you made them feel.”.

Sending a card to someone leaves a lasting feeling and further validates the Golden Rule. What goes around (sending a card) comes around (a better relationship) and business grows while you are enjoying yourself.

Best idea ever!


dave July 24, 2011 at 8:24 pm Thumb up 3 Thumb down 1

We help our clients improve their leadership and team skills, and I found Sendoutcards very useful in sending bulk snail mail that looked the way we wanted, as well as extend greetings to our clients appropriately. Frankly, I have always had am ambivalent view of the MLM business, butthis is the only MLM product I have bought and used, and can recommend this is a business model for people wanting to get into the MLM business


Vlad November 23, 2010 at 12:50 pm Thumb up 3 Thumb down 1

I started using the SendOutCards system for my business and personal life in February 2007. I knew there was an income opportunity, but I was not interested. My goal was to stay in touch with my customers, family, and friends and use it as a tool of appreciation and gratitude. I can say that using the SOC greeting card and gifting system made me a better person. In fact, every card I send makes me feel good and I do hope it makes feel the same way all the people I send cards and gifts to as well.
About a year later, I noticed that my daughter started getting very frequent and quite sizable checks from the same company – SendOutCards (she was my first sponsored Distributor 5 minutes into my getting this system :-). So, intrigued, I looked at the Business Opportunity. It just made huge sense to actually get paid for what I was already doing. I am happy to say that the integrity of Kody Bateman and of the Company has been proven over and over during my time with them.
Nowadays, my wife became a part of my TEAM also (in shared ownership of this business) and we are aiming at Executive Manager level.
There is a tremendous opportunity for people who would like to have fun doing a worthwhile thing, who would like to be free, and who would love to do good in the world.
If you find yourself to be such a person, join us in this amazing journey. You’ll be glad you did. The benefits are many, both to you and to the world.


Jim Kulzer October 20, 2010 at 7:31 pm Thumb up 3 Thumb down 1

Not only is SOC a great way to stay in touch with family and friends, it’s also a great tool for getting and keeping business referrals.
Staying in touch is the “number one” way to get new customers and keep old ones. When you remember birthdays, Holidays, and special events, you keep “your name” in the mind of your customers and clients.
Invest in Send Out Cards today, and keep relationships strong for a lifetime.


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