Sunday, August 21, 2022 Review of I Keep It All Postcard Marketing System

 IKeepItAll ( has recently introduced a brand new postcard marketing program for 2022.

I'm going to review IKeepItAll, and answer the questions that people are most likely to ask.

My name is Kendall Johnson and I decided to write this review of IKeepItAll (I Keep It All), so that people can have quick easy access to answers of the most frequently asked questions. If you have any additional questions, you can email me by clicking here.

Question #1 - Is (I keep it all) a scam, or a legitimate business opportunity?

Answer: So far from my research, it appears that is not a scam. There may be a few things about it that will turn some people off. For example, there is no Phone number available for customer support or inquiries if you're not already a member of the program. You can contact the office by email. 

The story behind IKeepItAll is that the creator Michael Galanis, made around $6 million dollars using this postcard marketing strategy. Can we verify this information? It's possible that this can be confirmed and proven to be a true story. The website does not provide any actual proof that "Nutty Mike" has made millions using postcards. So if this lack of proof will stop you from looking any further into this postcard program, you can just keep searching for something that you feel more comfortable being affiliated with.

Question #2 - Is a legitimate business/company?

"I Keep It All" is a legitimate business but there is no phone number accepting inbound phone calls. The problem I see with these types of programs is that while many of them do have a great product/s being offered, the first thing you hear about the business is the fact that when you become an affiliate, you can earn commissions. Some people will definitely be turned off by this and won't even make it this far to investigate IKeepItAll any further.

Question #3 - Is a "Get Rich Quick Program"?

IKeepItAll can be labeled a "get rich quick program". The examples of how much money you can make by participating in mailing out the marketing postcards, does in fact paint a picture of how you can get rich. So to me that qualifies as a "get rich quick" program. You literally could get rich participating in the affiliate program. Results are not guaranteed, and not typical. There are disclaimers on the website that state that the earnings potential described are only projected, and not guaranteed.

Question #4 - Is selling an actual product of any real value?

A.) has several different products included into ONE bundled offer that costs a total of $1299.00. The featured physical product you receive by mail is a Kimberley Process Certified Diamond. The website says that each product package they ship out to customers contains an "uncut" Diamond. You get one diamond that will be anywhere from  3 to 10 carats in size. 

I don't have experience with diamonds. But from a quick search online, it's likely that the diamond you receive will not be worth more than $1299.00. At some point we'll probably see a member of Ikeepitall get their diamond appraised by an expert. 

B.) The second product you receive with your order is a usb flash drive that contains a mailing list of names and addresses of 10,000 business opportunity "buyers". These are people who have purchased some sort of business opportunity in the past 30-90 days. You can use these names to promote the program & product package, or any other make money from home business opportunity you may be involved with. 

If you don't have a computer program to export the leads/list on to peel and stick labels, you can purchase a software for less than $30 to make the process easy. It's worth mentioning that I've been unable to verify if every member who purchases this list of 10,000 buyer names gets the same exact list, or their own fresh list of names.

C.) You also get Nutty Mike's "Max Results" Postcard Marketing Training Guide. It teaches you how to promote products and services VIA postcards (direct mail). In my opinion, this is the one part of the product package that gives the most value. Training programs that teach you how to make money can literally change your life. 

For someone who doesn't know anything about marketing or advertising, this training material can be a game changer. In the past, I've invested a good amount of money to obtain training materials that have given me powerful marketing knowledge that I can use for the rest of my life. Is it the best training you can get for $1299? Probably not, but it has the potential to help someone earn 1000+ times the return on investment in the long term.

There's one recommended advertising resource listed in this training material that most people will never hear about. I won't mention it here, but it's responsible for people earning thousands of dollars per month year after year. There are also other training materials (e-books etc.) in the kit that provide you with the tools you need to transform your mindset and prepare you to achieve success.

D.) The last major item included in the package, is 1000 Postcards. 

Question #5 - Are there any Monthly Fees? 

There are no monthly fees.

Question #6 - Are there any additional fees or hidden fees involved?

Yes there are additional fees that you will have to manage after becoming a member of IKeepItAll.

1.) Registration Fee: $150 one time fee + 4 Books of forever stamps ($48) = $198.00 total

This registration fee is mandatory, and so are the 4 books of stamps. puts you into their intelligent computer database. This registration fee helps cover the cost of maintaining that system. They track your sales and keep records which I'll explain why a little later in this review.

2.) sales page says you will get 1000 postcards FREE! What the website doesn't mention is that if you decide you want the 1000 small size free postcards, you will need to pay an additional $150 to get them delivered to you. 

The break down of that $75 is a) $55 for the shipping, b) $20 to print your name and address on the back. There's an additional option c) $20 to print your phone number or email address.

3.) Additional Postcards: Considering this is a "postcard" marketing system, you're probably going to want to mail postcards. If you're reading this now, there's a good chance you've already seen the Ikeepitall company postcard either in your mailbox, or on the website.

The interesting part is that if you want postcards to promote this program, you must buy them directly from Ikeepitall headquarters. You can't use any postcard to promote the business unless they printed it. We'll talk more about this later in detail.

4.) Social Media Marketing Tax: Let's say for example you have a social media following, or an email list of people. You can invite them to join the program by posting a story, video, or even a tweet on Twitter. If you start bringing in customers who sign up without a company postcard, you will have to give the company your 6th $1000 commission. (More on this later) After that 6th sale, you will no longer have to pay a tax for enrolling people without the use of the company postcard. Remember this Tax does NOT apply to those who use the company postcards as their only means of generating sales.

5.) Say goodbye to your 10th commission: One more tax comes later down the road after you have made 10 sales. Ikeepitall (I keep it all) takes your 10th commission. But wait! There's a reason for that. It's not because they want your money. It's an automatic upgrade in to a second phase of the program that's been designed to potentially amplify your income. This will also be explained later in this review.

Starting from your 12th sale to infinity, Ikeepitall staff will mail out 200 Ikeepitall postcards with your name and address on them FOR YOU. They supply the names and addresses, the postcards and the postage. For example, if you make 17 sales, sales 11-16 will automatically earn you 1200 complimentary postcards mailed out on your behalf at no cost to you. If those 1200 postcards generated 5 sales for you, that would make you another $5000 in commissions. (without you doing any additional work)

Question #7 - Is there a money back guarantee if I decide I'm not happy with my $1299 purchase?

No Refunds. There is a strict no refunds policy mentioned on the website If having the protection of a money back guarantee is important to you, I would recommend not purchasing the Ikeepitall product package.

Question #8 - Is there any guarantee that I will make money or make profits if I participate as an affiliate and mail out postcards?

No there are no guarantees or promises of earning income. It's also against company policy for anyone to promise people that they will make money. It's also against company policy for members to "fake" income proof or sales.

Question #9 - Will I be responsible for paying income taxes if I do earn money with Ikeepitall?

Yes you always have to pay income taxes unless your accountant advises you to do otherwise. You are an independent contractor and will have to record and report your earnings to pay income taxes.

Question #10 Can I do this if I live outside of the USA?

You can only participate if you live in the United States.

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