Now, we don’t normally write testimonials for any service or business, but this is one I personally use and enjoy. I discovered TouchNote a few years ago and have really found the service helpful and fun in connecting with friends and family. The personalized service allows customers to share photos on postcards, greeting cards and more.
The one service I’ve used over and over are the personalized photo postcards. It’s a quick and easy way to send a photo the next day to thank friends or family for a fun experience the night before or for whatever party, concert or celebration you want to commemorate. Besides being easy, the best part is that they take care of sending it, as the postage is included in the price. Plus, the postcards are high-quality — both in print and paper. (I can’t vouch for the other products, but I assume it’s all high-quality.)
As a “new” uncle, I’ve used the service to commemorate my time spent with my niece at the park, shows or family celebrations. (I title each one with the date and what we were doing.) She’s only 3 years old, but I hope, down the road, she will appreciate the box of photo postcards memorializing all the fun we had, along with my notes of inspiration and hope for her on the back of each card. I never thought I’d dress as a princess, enjoy tea parties with stuffed animals or paint my nails, but it’s all part of being a fun uncle!
I’ve sent dozens and dozens of postcards and only had one issue with one card not being received. The customer service was excellent, as the card was re-sent with no questions asked.
The service works on a credit system. Each credit is $2.99 and the number of credits required varies by product. A postcard is only one credit. However, the more credits you buy upfront the cheaper it becomes, as low as $1.67 per credit. (You can even buy a 5 credit pack for $9.95, making each credit only $1.99.)
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Has anyone else used TouchNote?