EC Offers $1,000 Surrogate Referral Fee
In honor of Mother’s Day, Extraordinary Conceptions, the best surrogate agency based in the nation, has doubled their surrogate referral fee from $500 to $1,000. This special incentive will last the entire month of May. The hope is to give women battling infertility the ability to celebrate Mother’s Day with a baby nestled in their arms next year via surrogacy.
This limited opportunity will last until May 31, 2015, and this bonus is intended for new surrogates living in states where surrogacy is legal to do so. California surrogates are the highest in demand. However, surrogates are needed nationwide including states such as Hawaii, Oregon, Nevada, Arizona, Colorado, Oklahoma, Illinois, and many more.
While Extraordinary Conceptions offers this special $1,000 referral fee, on the flipside, surrogates have the potential to earn $32,000 to $60,000.
Referring a friend, family member, or coworker as a surrogate can make family building dreams come true for a woman in need.
The best surrogate candidates are women who are already mothers, are between the ages of 21 to 38, have a healthy lifestyle, who enjoys being pregnant, and wants to help give back to others.
Extraordinary Conceptions’ website has more detailed information regarding its surrogate requirements.
Referral bonuses are issued after a woman has passed her screening and contracts are signed.
As mentioned before, there is a high demand for more surrogates to help people in the USA and around the world. Kindhearted surrogates can help women become intended mothers in 2016.
For Extraordinary Conceptions, this $1,000 referral fee is a special “thank you” because everyone deserves the love of a child.
To learn more about this special May referral offer email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (760) 438-2265.
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.