Top-tier agency gives extra financial rewards to new surrogates
SAN DIEGO - Women interested in helping couples fulfill
parenthood dreams may be eligible to receive a substantial financial
bonus for signing on as a surrogate in February.
Extraordinary Conceptions, a leading international surrogate and egg donor agency based in California, launched a $500 signing bonus incentive.
In addition to the $500 signing incentive, surrogates at
Extraordinary Conceptions have the potential to earn $30,000 to $60,000.
The signing bonus will be issued after a woman passes her screenings and legal contracts are signed.
The requirements for a surrogate are the following:
- Females must be 21 to 36 years of age
- Potential surrogates must have their own families and have enjoyed pregnancy with a minimum of 1 successful birth.
- Candidates must have regular menstrual cycles
- Candidates must not smoke or use drugs
- Must have a stable BMI below 30
- Potential candidates must not be on any financial assistance government programs such as welfare.
- The discontinuation of Depo shots or an IUD as birth control is needed in order to proceed with the surrogacy process
There is a demand for more surrogates. Individuals in the U.S.A. and
around the world are unable to carry a baby. Compassionate surrogates
can help these people become parents in 2015.
For Extraordinary Conceptions, this $500 signing bonus is a special
"thank you" to the women who can turn parenthood dreams into a reality.
To begin the sign-up process, log onto www.extraconceptions.com or call us.
About Extraordinary Conceptions:
Extraordinary Conceptions is an International Egg Donor and Surrogacy
Agency located in Southern California. Extraordinary Conceptions'
mission has always been to help as many people as possible fulfill their
dreams of having children. They continue to stand up for equality and
fight against discrimination in order to help create families all over
the world. Please visit their website http://www.extraconceptions.com
for more details on becoming a parent or becoming an egg donor or
surrogate for someone who has been struggling with their fertility.