Simple: Shop today, win tomorrow, learn along the way. Earning stock has so much more potential than merely earning pennies from cash back shopping. Let’s not kid ourselves. Getting that stock to sell for $1, $2 or even $4 per share, up from today’s $.10 or $.12, will be over the top sweet. From $.10 … Continue reading Pure and Simple. The path to being a $4 stock.
Back when we first got started with iConsumer, we weren’t yet publicly-traded. We didn’t have an SEC qualified offering. We didn’t have anything, really. And we didn’t know when public trading would start. We believed that unless people could see our stock being traded in a public market, they wouldn’t buy into the notion that … Continue reading Why Exclusively Stock Rebates?
The Strategy Behind Raising Our Offering’s Share Price iConsumer is the first company to simultaneously trade its shares on the stock market, allow folks to earn shares by shopping, and sell investors those exact same shares directly. We think that exciting, challenging, and confusing situation puts a damper on the ability of our stock price … Continue reading Share Price Increase – $.15 to .18 per share
Why and when we’re required to collect it from you. The U.S government requires us to collect your social security number (or other Tax ID) for two reasons. First, if you make money, the government wants to be able to tax you. Second, the government has an interest in making sure that “bad people” aren’t … Continue reading Social Security Numbers
From article: Workplace-messaging firm Slack is about to go public in a red-hot IPO market, but it’s approach to going public — using a “direct listing” — is slightly different than an IPO.
We’ve been suggesting that if you’re going to shop at Amazon (and it’s hard not to, sometimes), that you use iConsumer. Even though you don’t get shares or cash back. Because, simply put, iConsumer makes money when you do. And that’s a great thing for every owner. Our revenue from Amazon in May was up … Continue reading Amazon – Bottom Line, It’s Adding Up
How that might affect stock price Every time we reward people with shares the number of shares potentially outstanding goes up. Increasing the bonus means the number will go up more quickly. So owners need to be aware of this, and take it into consideration as they think about their stake in iConsumer. We extended … Continue reading Shopper Recruitment – 500 Share Bonus Extended
We’ve begun to get requests from stock analysts (ok, one request) for our economic model. Public companies typically want stock analysts to “follow” the company and write reports on them. This helps to drive interest in the company, which generally helps to drive liquidity, which generally helps to raise the stock price. Of course, the … Continue reading Economic Model / Stock Analysts
Letter from a Shareholder I love letters from our shareholders. Sometimes the answers involve information that, to be fair to all investors and prospective investors, should be published to everybody at the same time. Sometimes there are great suggestions that everybody should think about. Thus this post. Ryan P writes (and I’ve slightly edited): In … Continue reading Did We Impress?
The SEC has requalified our offering. Significant changes from the prior qualification include a discussion of Bitcoin and our suspension of offering Bitcoin as a reward for shopping, the removal of Bitcoin as a payment mechanism for investors, the ability to be paid cash back via Bitcoin rather than as a check, and inclusion of … Continue reading Requalification