Send a Heartfelt Card with Send Out Cards?

A little over a year ago my husband had a sub arachnoid brain hemorrhage.  At the time I was working a network marketing company called Send Out Cards (SOC).  SOC touts their philosophy of sending “heartfelt cards”.  When this happened with my husband, three of my upline team members knew of the brain hemorrhage.  My husband spent 15 days in the neuro ICU.   We didn’t know if he was going to make it or not.

One of my upline team members has a yahoo group where they post people’s names and addresses who need cards for one reason or another.  The group is run by one of my upline team members.  She called me to ask if there was anything she could do to help me with my business.  I explained what was going on  with my husband and she said “I’m sorry to hear that.  OK…let me know when you are ready to get back to start working again”.  WHAT?? And, to top it all off, because I did not SPECIFICALLY ask her to ask the group to send me cards, no one sent cards.  I got six cards and well wishes and they were all from people who were in a previous company with me and/or knew me prior to SOC.  NOT ONE PERSON from Send Out Cards sent a card or a note or anything.  It seems all this lady upline from me cared about is HER check and HER bottom line.  And her upline too.  He knew what happened with my husband.  Did he send a card?  NO.

Send Out Cards reps are only concerned with sending cards when it benefits them.  This is MY opinion and based on what I’ve experienced.  Needless to say, that is when I stopped working SOC.

2 thoughts on “Send a Heartfelt Card with Send Out Cards?

  1. Mary K Weinhagen

    Hi Roxanne…

    So sorry to hear you had such a lousy experience with your upline, should never have been the case.

    And what I really want to know is… how is your husband?!? You’ve maybe mentioned it in a prior post but seeing as I just found your site, I find myself simply hoping all is well today.

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    1. Roxanne Post author

      Hi Mary,

      Thanks for your note. I appreciate it. My husband is overall very lucky. He has had no motor skill or speech impairment. He does get headaches daily and still gets dizzy and weak on a daily basis, but considering what could have happened, that’s not a bad thing. He’s not the type of guy to sit still for long so it’s been a very hard adjustment for him to make. 😉

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