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Supper with a Shark

By: Robert Grosshandler | November 15, 2019

Nobody comes in second. A free trip to Tampa for two, two nights in a sweet hotel, and a fancy dinner with Kevin for the member (and a guest) who earns the most shares from shopping by 1/7/20. Bonus award opportunities for everybody! We think this contest should be a lot of fun and instructive. … Continue reading Supper with a Shark

Why a $4 Goal?

By: Robert Grosshandler | November 15, 2019

Share Price, that is. It’s all about joining the big boys and girls. And not being perceived as a “penny stock”. It’s called “uplisting”. Right now, most of the players in the stock market treat iConsumer Corp. as a second-class citizen. Until we’re treated as a first-class citizen, our stock price, as well as the … Continue reading Why a $4 Goal?

October Amazon Results

By: Robert Grosshandler | November 07, 2019

Keeping up with our monthly reporting on Amazon. In September our Amazon revenue grew over 800% from the September a year before. In October, it grew about 637% year over year. We may have a pattern developing. Please read our September post for more on why we like Amazon. To make our lawyers happy, I’m … Continue reading October Amazon Results

Letter from a Shareholder about Amazon

By: Robert Grosshandler | October 20, 2019

Last week we sent out a newsletter to our Educational list that talked about how we work with Amazon. We had a member have a negative reaction to it and he (Tom W.) wrote me a nicely written, considered email. He likened our highlighting Amazon (and our efforts to get people to use it, even … Continue reading Letter from a Shareholder about Amazon

Increase in Shares Outstanding

By: Robert Grosshandler | October 16, 2019

Recently, we completed the transfer of a bunch of shares from iConsumer’s books to the transfer agent’s books. They completed that transfer last week, and this week, you can finally see that the OTC market site reflects the increased number of SHARES OUT (shares outstanding). Two things I’d like to highlight here. Our stock price … Continue reading Increase in Shares Outstanding

September Amazon Results

By: Robert Grosshandler | October 11, 2019

As I mentioned in an earlier post on the transition to 100% stock back, Amazon is a bit of the canary in the coal mine. Because we can’t reward our members directly when they shop at Amazon, it’s a bit of a tough bird. When a member chooses to shop at Amazon via iConsumer, it’s … Continue reading September Amazon Results

Shop Like A Shark

By: Robert Grosshandler | October 02, 2019

We’re pleased to announce that Kevin Harrington, an original Shark Tank Shark, is investing in iConsumer and has joined our Advisory Board. Part of his responsibility is to help market iConsumer to the millions of Shark Tank fans in the U.S. and around the world. Kevin’s the inventor of the infomercial, veteran of both public … Continue reading Shop Like A Shark

CEO Letter- Form 1-SA/A Financials 9/23/19

By: Robert Grosshandler | September 23, 2019

iConsumer is still very much a startup. While every company worth its salt values its customers and investors, we ESPECIALLY want you to know that we appreciate your support. Being involved in a startup is a special experience, full of interesting (usually interesting = good) twists and turns. Our Form 1-SA/A recounts our financial journey … Continue reading CEO Letter- Form 1-SA/A Financials 9/23/19

August results

By: Robert Grosshandler | September 16, 2019

In August we transitioned to providing rebates entirely in our stock. As we explained, this was a long hoped-for step, but still a bit scary. Would it work? We don’t normally share results about a single month, or even a single retail partner, but because of the significance of the change, I thought it important … Continue reading August results

Selling Short – An iConsumer Mystery and Education

By: Robert Grosshandler | September 05, 2019

Today I noticed something brand new in the OTC Markets dashboard for RWRDP. “Short Interest”. “Selling Short / Short Selling” is basically the reverse of what we’re all (well, apparently almost all) trying to do. We’re trying to “buy low, sell high”. First buy, THEN sell. Short sellers are trying to “sell high, buy low”. … Continue reading Selling Short – An iConsumer Mystery and Education