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Anonymous  // 01/01/2019
Please avoid this company. They sent out fake congratulatory cards to countless non-pregnant women's parents, forcing women as young as 18, and those unable to conceive, or have suffered miscarriages, to discuss their private lives.

I received one months after the initial complaints - meaning that Mothers Lounge continued this after hearing that they were inflicting damage.

Mothers Lounge: please do not respond saying to contact your company to be taken off a mailing list - these women have had to do enough. Instead, issue a public apology to the women and families.

Customers: Please read the articles below. Please do not support a company that has hurt so many - and have no intention of apologizing. Imagine that they may do this to your future child. There are tons of negative reviews for this company.

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/10/25/style/pregnancy-mailing-scam.html
Posted 2 weeks ago
Clever scam. My daughter received an envelope in the mail today, with correct first and last names, and correct address. If the address was not handwritten, they've gotten really good at faking this. Clues that this was not mail sent by an individual: It used bulk postage with a permit number from a Salt Lake City, UT zip code, and the postal bar code at the bottom had "AUTO" preceding it, suggesting to me that the mailer preprinted it before it got to the post office, which is how they qualify for the bulk rate. Inside was a casual greeting card that looks like you'd find at a card store, congratulating my daughter for the baby she was about to deliver. (She's not pregnant.) "Written" with a marker pen on the inside (which bled to the back of the card) was the message, "Congratulations!!! I'm so excited for you! I hope you like these. Jenny B." My daughter knows no one in Utah and doesn't know anyone named Jenny B. Included were five gift cards with a total value of $245 and various clipped coupons. All five gift cards can be used only online, and the websites for all five were strikingly similar in design. All five websites are affiliated with "Mothers Lounge LLC". Several of the clipped coupons reference websites that are affiliated with "Mothers Lounge LLC" as well. There was a receipt for the gift cards included, showing that they were "purchased" from thoughtfulgiftcards.com, and if you go to that website, you will find that it, too, is affiliated with "Mothers Lounge LLC". Go visit the Better Business Bureau's website, BBB.org, search for "Mothers Lounge LLC", and you will find that the BBB has given them an 'F' rating. Motherslounge.com/brands shows all the brands that are affiliated, and all five retailers on the gift cards my daughter received are listed there. Based on the reviews for their various affiliates I see here on reviews.io, it seems clear that this is absolutely a scam.
Posted 1 year ago
www.motherslounge.com is rated 4.86 based on 88 reviews