EC announces its summer kickoff $1,500 bonus

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EC announces its summer kickoff $1,500 bonus

EC announces its summer kickoff $1,500 bonus

EC continues their $1,500 Vista Gift Card signing bonus for eligible surrogates in June 2017.

A summer state of mind is already happening. Memorial Day weekend has come and gone, warmer temps are in the air, and the days are becoming longer. It’s a perfect recipe for summertime.

As a new season of memories is about to begin in flip flops, many moms may discover that they want theirs to also begin with a surrogacy journey. A surrogate can help individuals or couples achieve the dream of parenthood – without a surrogate, this dream could never become a reality.

A highly regarded California surrogacy and egg donor agency named Extraordinary Conceptions recently announced that it is continuing their $1,500 Vista Gift Card signing bonus for eligible surrogates that apply with their agency from now until June 30, 2017.

“We are driven to increase the level of care we give to our surrogates by giving one of the highest sign-on bonuses being offered at a surrogacy agency,” said Mario Caballero, chief executive officer at Extraordinary Conceptions. “In addition to this, a few months ago we increased our compensation package $5,000 in a total of 31 states.”

Now qualified surrogates are eligible to receive a complete benefits package beginning at $45,000 (and up) until June 30, 2017.

“We realize that our compensation package remains at a higher level than others, and we want it that way. Our surrogates make a tremendous difference to so many men and women around the world. Because of them, future parents can experience the love of a child,” Caballero said. “Our generous compensation is only one of the many ways we care for our surrogates. We provide top-tier professionalism and compassion which evokes surrogate-centered care.”

The thirty-one states where Extraordinary Conceptions boosted its base compensation an additional $5,000 included the following:

  • California
  • Nevada
  • Oregon
  • Colorado
  • Utah
  • Kansas
  • Oklahoma
  • Texas
  • South Dakota
  • North Dakota
  • Minnesota
  • Wisconsin
  • Illinois
  • Missouri
  • Alabama
  • Georgia
  • South Carolina
  • North Carolina
  • Ohio
  • Kentucky
  • Pennsylvania
  • Maine
  • Vermont
  • New Hampshire
  • Massachusetts
  • Arizona
  • Rhode Island
  • Connecticut
  • Delaware
  • Maryland
  • Washington DC

Caballero wants mothers to know that seasoned surrogates may be entitled to receive higher compensation based on their surrogacy history.

Additionally, Caballero also recommends that women be as detailed as possible when completing their initial application to help assist the Surrogacy Admissions Team. The application serves as a potential springboard for a phone interview.

“When a woman decides to become a surrogate it is an exciting time filled with so many extraordinary possibilities,” Caballero said. “The strong relationships we form with our surrogates is exceptional with these incredible women who want nothing more than to help someone in need have a child of their very own.”

 

Bonus Incentives Eligibility

To qualify for the “June 2017 Summer Kickoff $1,500 Visa Gift Card New Surrogate Signing Bonus” and/or “31 State Compensation Boost,” the surrogate applicant must complete the application/registration between now and June 30, 2017. Bonuses are paid once all legal contracts are signed and in accordance to the month the initial application was submitted. During the application process, the applicant must also provide the referral’s name, if applicable. To begin the application process today, please visit Extraordinary Conceptions at www.extraconceptions.com or call our Surrogate Admissions Team at 760-438-2265.

 

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The information contained on this website should not be relied upon for decision making. The laws related to surrogacy are constantly evolving and Extraordinary Conceptions makes no representation that any information contained herein is consistent with current law. This information is provided solely as a starting point. Please consult with a reproductive attorney for the most current information applicable to your circumstance.

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