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I will agree that SOC is legit!

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Very legit. They paid a couple of my friends. This was last year when they got paid, but they did receive payments.

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I would have to admit that this one seems like it might actually be legit.

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Agree. Not a scamA confidence game or other fraudulent scheme, especially for making a quick profit; . Purchased Distributer package for myself over 400 dollars and love it. Every person I sign up I get money and I cna use it for personal use. Dont worry about not remembering birthdays, etc there is a contact manager that can keep all your info as a reminder for you and you update it as you go. great product and good business

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You have no idea what sendoutcards is all about. Sure, it is a business for some, a marketing tool for others, and a personal activity for still others. For those who do this as a marketing tool, they can send cards (over 10,000 available) to their clients. A data base needs to be set up, and a single or multiple cards can be sent by a click of the button. For people that do it as a personal activity, it is easy to send to whomever you want. For those who do it as a business, you can make money right away when you sign someone up, plus you do get a percentage from what the people do. However, it is not a business where you push someone to sign up. You give them an opportunity to go through the system to send a card. If they like it, they may be do it as a business, sign up to do it as a marketing tool, or for personal reasons. No one is forced. As far as the pyramid idea that you people throw around, let get one thing clear.
Everyone who does this as a business can make good money, but it is not a get rich quick business. Please keep in mind that any business that you work for can be called a pyramid as well. The owner, manager, etc. will make more money than the common worker. The common worker can go to the next level if they do what is necessary to achieve that next level.

Sendoutcards is an inexpensive way to send cards. It is cheaper than buying a card at the store, writing out a message, addressing the envelop, putting a stamp on it, and taking it to the mailbox. And, you can send out multiples at one time. For those who can't remember dates, etc., there is a reminder on your personal page and by email, of those who have birthdays, anniversaries, etc. I would suggest those that feel it is a scamA confidence game or other fraudulent scheme, especially for making a quick profit; , to do a little more research before coming to conclusions.

Frankie
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I just checked out the site. It seems like it could be a good way to make money, although I'm kind of unclear exactly how one would make money. And it costs $99 to start your "distributorship" so I would definately look into it more before I gave them my money.

exsaust
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Joined: 10/23/2008

Is there a cost to join this site? For the most part any company that asks for money up front isn't legit. If it doesn't cost anything but your time then try it.

tickedoff2
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Joined: 10/23/2008

If you cannot earn without a downline, it moves out of the realm of MLMMultilevel Marketing is selling products by using independent distributors and allowing these distributors to build and manage their own sales force by recruiting, motivating, supplying, and training others to sell products. The distributors' compensation includes their own sales and a percentage of the sales of their sales group (downline). and into the vicinity of a Ponzi scheme. Ponzis are highly illegal in the United States although I'm not sure about other countries. I haven't tried this particular program but I know a few people who have. They say that it does operate as promised and pays as it should but to not expect to get rich. Most of the people I know who are distributors say that it works best in conjunction with a website that offers complementary products, such as gifts.

50cent
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Not that this particular site is a pyramid, but it sure works like one. The person at the top makes more and more with the efforts of the people under him. With all these types of setups, I always look for the "out" or "cap" for when the people above me stop taking a portion of my earnings. Some of them do actually stop after the 6th level, but it is rare. I stay away from them also if I can't make money by just doing the program myself. If it depends on me building up levels and levels of a downline, I prefer not to get involved.

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It sounds like it could be legit, of course they all do or we never would have been scammed in the first place. My first thought with this would be how much does it depend on repeat customers. I am terrible about remembering birthdays, anniversaries or even major holidays when it comes to sending cards. Personally, I might remember to use it once and that would be it. The person I signed up under wouldn't make anything and neither would I.

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