I received a comment on my previous post about sendoutcards.com. The guy wanted to convince me that SendOutCards is a legit business. I do not dispute this. All I’m saying is that it’s a pyramid and consumers should stay away.
I followed the link in the comment and got this screen:
Note that the button there offers 2 free postcards. This is what I got from this chap:
My name is Bob Martinelli and thank you for visiting my web site and requesting more information about how to make money with our greeting card business.
If you’re in a hurry click on the link below and I’ll immediately send you an email with more information:
This may, or may not, be the right business for you. That’s okay! There are 3 possible outcomes:
1. You agree that greeting cards is a booming industry with great moneymaking potential- and want to get started right away.
2. Although you’re not ready to join the team, you decide you like the product, and want to become a customer.
3. You decide this isn’t right for you, at this time.
It’s a simple, no-pressure situation. Without further ado, let me get you everything you’ll need to make a decision.
Click on the link below and I’ll immediately send you an email with more information about our opportunity:
Take care jo.
I hope you have a good day and find the right business for you!
Point #1: he tries to sign me up as a distributor. Now tell me it’s not a pyramid.
Point #2: become a customer. Hell, yes, I want to send my 2 FREE postcards as promised.
Point #3: Yes, it’s not right for us and neither it is for any other consumer.
The business is legit, but it has nothing to do with sending out postcards by real consumers.
All I want is to see a URL that will take me to a site where I can send those promised postcards. It’s gonna be a long wait for me, I recon.