Impact Mailing Club Review – Scam or Legit

Impact Mailing Club is a direct mailing and lead generating business. It is not free to join. Let’s get that out of the way first. I am a member of Impact Mailing Club and this review is my personal opinion. I’m not being paid for this and nobody is threatening to have my family swimming with the fish if I don’t write this. 

 

I joined Impact Mailing Club because I was looking for a new opportunity that was in direct mailing. I’ve done a direct mailing business before, however, it fell apart because I didn’t know what I was doing and the support wasn’t available. I also joined because of the reseller rights. Yes, Impact Mailing Club allows you to resell leads. 

 

I’m with a team who is working Impact Mailing Club a bit differently. We are mailing the leads, but we are also using social media to promote the business. Personally, I am saving my leads to do a massive mailing about another company that is launching very soon. That’s my own decision. 

 

Is it legal to mail money? Yes, it is legal otherwise all of our grandparents would be in jail for sending $20 in a birthday card. The illegal act only comes in when you’re mailing the money for illegal reasons. Impact Mailing Club is mailing the money in exchange for the leads and resell rights. If you’re uncomfortable putting cash in the mail then you can use other methods. You can CashApp, Venmo, or Zelle the fee to me. And you can use Zelle to pay the admin fee. Contact me for these details when you are ready to join Impact Mailing Club. My contact is at the end of this post.

 

How does it work? First you join on the level of your choice. You can Choose between Emerald, Ruby, Sapphire, or Diamond. The level above comes with the commission rights to the level(s) BELOW. If you choose Sapphire you will have commission rights to Emerald and Ruby also. 

 

You will receive leads on sticky labels. Our team has a letter that you will receive. You will mail that leader to each of the leads. You are responsible for buying envelopes, printing the letter, and for whatever postage you need. We will tell you affordable ways to buy the items needed. 

 

Impact Mailing Club does require work. Please, don’t think you’re going to join today and be an overnight success. Our team is supportive and will help you stay on track. 

 

IMPACT MAILING CLUB PRODUCTS REVIEW:

EMERALD LEVEL – 100 Mailing Leads

RUBY LEVEL – 200 Mailing Leads

SAPPHIRE LEVEL – 400 Mailing Leads

DIAMOND LEVEL – 1000 Mailing Leads

 

ADD-ON PRODUCTS:

Fresh Business Opportunity Seekers Leads:

200: $40

500: $100

1,000: $150

IMPACT MAILING CLUB COMPENSATION PLAN

EMERALD LEVEL: $100, you will receive $65 commissions + $20 on 2nd level, $15 admin fee

RUBY LEVEL: $250 ­ You will receive $150 commissions + $50 on 2nd level.  $50 admin fee

SAPPHIRE LEVEL: $500 ­ You will receive $300 commissions + $100 on 2nd level.  $100 admin fee

DIAMOND LEVEL: $2000 ­ You will receive $1,000 commissions + $500 on 2nd level. $500 admin fee

TBA: DOUBLE DIAMOND LEVEL: $3000 You will receive $1,000 commissions + $1000 on 2nd level. $1000 admin fee

 

Ok, those are the details! Ready to get started? Use the link below to join and remember to contact me via text if you want to send payment via Zelle, CashApp, or Venmo

 

Join Impact Mailing Club today: http://www.weeklycashout.club

 

Got a question about Impact Mailing Club? Text me: 818-928-2682

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“All who wander are not lost” JRR Tolkien

I’m a wandering soul with an entrepreneurial spirit. My journey has allowed me to discover my passion for acting, writing, dancing, and modeling. Through the use of internet marketing I’ve been able to generate an income online living the WiFi and Pajamas life. Feel free to reach out to me to learn how you can do the same. And as always, thanks for reading and sharing!

The Power of Saying “NO”

The power of saying, “NO” is a wonderful power to acquire. I’m going to be personal in this blog post and talk about myself. I went to college with the North Carolina Teaching Fellows Scholarship not because I truly wanted it, but because I didn’t know how to say NO. I could’ve gone to college for free because of my dad’s disabled veteran’s status. But all eyes were on me and I was too afraid to say, “I don’t want to be a teacher.” Teachers at my school and my mom’s school were excited for me and I felt that I would disappoint everyone if I didn’t take the scholarship. After all, this scholarship was awarded after an essay and an interview. I won it fair and square. 

I went to the University of NC at Greensboro as a dance education major. I had to audition to be able to declare dance as my major and was good enough to do that on the first try. I didn’t truly want to be a dance teacher. I wanted to major in Theater and become an actress. But whenever I brought this up I was met with a lot of negativity and I didn’t have the power to say, “NO”. I figured being a dance teacher would give me a chance to be involved in the arts and still have a “real” job. 

That was short lived. I injured my hip muscles at the end of my sophomore year. My choices were to take a medical leave and return as a dance major or drop my major and choose something else. Remember, I still had that Teaching Fellows scholarship. My parents advised based solely on their personal thoughts and disregarded what the school suggested. No medical leave for me. Injured and in physical and emotional pain I hobbled to the academic classes I had left. I never returned to the dance building. I remember the day I told the secretary to just give me F in all my dance class because I’m not coming back to retake any of them. She didn’t try to pressure me into changing my mind. Looking back, I can now see that she saw how broken I was and just let me be. 

My GPA was too low to keep my scholarship even though I switched to Sociology Education. I had devised a plan to earn that degree then teach for 4 years in whatever county would take me then quit. I looked at it no differently than serving 4 years in the military solely to get the education benefits. Suck it up and move on. I ended up dropping the Teaching Fellows Scholarship which meant paying back what I had used. My parents made comments about having to pay it back, but I truly didn’t care; I was at least free from having to be a teacher. I finished with my degree in Sociology and had no clue what to do after graduation. In my eyes, I had completed my indentured servitude and was free. I even had my degree shipped to my parents house because, “That’s your degree. I didn’t want that. I wanted Theater. Enjoy it.”

The years that followed college were full of job searching, low end jobs, and teaching dance. Ironic, I know. Did I enjoy teaching dance? Superficially, yes I enjoyed it. I liked seeing my students excel and win trophies. I loved seeing the how dance helped my students with motor skills, team building, time management, and other social skills. Deep inside, I was miserable because I would have rather been the one performing. But I took on more and more dance jobs because I needed money and didn’t have that power to say, “NO”!

Plenty of times I have wondered what my life would’ve been like if I had said no to the scholarship, used my dad’s VA benefits, and majored in Theater. I won’t lie and say there’s no since dwelling on the past. There are times when reflection is imperative. It’s in that reflection that I realized my inability to say no lead me into a college experience that I’m indifferent about. I also realized that inability also had me doing a lot of work for free. I saw it as doing favors for others. Once more, looking back, I realize I did not benefit from these favors. I did things from the kindness of my heart with little to nothing given in return. 

Now, I have zero problems saying no to things I don’t want to do. I can’t pin point exactly when the power came to me. It was a series of events in my late 20’s and early 30’s that put this power to the test. I passed every single one. Even in my Navy career, I stand firm in the pathway I want to follow. I’ve had offers to switch pathways and I say, “No, that’s not going to put me any closer to my ultimate goals”. 

The power to say no comes from within. I can’t tell you how to find it. When you do find it you will know. The best way I can describe it is as a subtle rush of adrenaline. Your instincts wake up and tell every fiber of your being that you need to say, “NO”. I used my story of college as an over the top example of what can happen when you don’t harness this power. Let it bless you. Let it inspire you. Let it help you find the power within to say, “NO”! 

“All who wander are not lost” JRR Tolkien

I’m a wandering soul with an entrepreneurial spirit. My journey has allowed me to discover my passion for acting, writing, dancing, and modeling. Through the use of internet marketing I’ve been able to generate an income online living the WiFi and Pajamas life. Feel free to reach out to me to learn how you can do the same. And as always, thanks for reading and sharing!