An open letter to investors

By: Robert Grosshandler | July 22, 2018

Dear Investor –

With iConsumer having traded at $.51/share several times this past week, and $.225/share just before that, I think we’ve hit an inflection point.  Our customers certainly do.  As predicted, a higher stock price motivates customers and prospective customers to shop more.  Revenues are beginning to reflect that.

Customers and prospective customers see that stock price and they say “I can go shop and earn shares.  I should go shop more, get more shares, because this company is beginning to prove itself.”  Beginning Sunday, July 22, we’re giving them 22 days and 225 more reasons to spread the word.

Self fulfilling prophecy

Here’s what it looks like from a customer’s (let’s call her Ann) viewpoint:  Ann says “I need a new dress — ooh, Macy’s has a great one and it’s only $100.  And they’re on iConsumer.  Done and done.”   She gets 24 shares and some Bitcoin.  She’s doing the math to herself –  “24*.51 = $12.24” plus Bitcoin.  Done, done, and DONE!  We say: we just got $3 in cash.

That’s the magic behind every customer a shareholder, every shareholder a customer.

Please consider an additional investment today.  We need marketing money to take advantage of this high stock price.  While the market price today is $.51/share, just click here to invest at $.15/share (that’s the price in our SEC qualified offering).  You get RWRDP, we get customers.  More customers = more revenue = maybe a higher stock price = maybe more liquidity.  More liquidity makes it easier to sell your stock.

The Disclaimer:   I could be wrong about all of this, of course.  We’re still early stage, thinly traded, and highly risky.  Be prepared to hold, don’t expect to buy at $.15 and turn around and immediately sell at a higher price or even a lower price.  I have no idea if the stock price will go up or down.  Read the offering before investing.



Dustin, July 22, 2018 at 5:53 pm

Does the $0.15/share investment offering have a predetermined end date? And if not, does it have an estimated end date?

    Robert Grosshandler, July 22, 2018 at 5:59 pm

    Yes and no. There is no published end date. By SEC rules, it expires one year from the date of qualification. We must have a qualified offering in order for members to earn shares, so we expect to always have an offering. We’re are not required to sell shares for cash even if we have an open offering. We are able to change the price by 20% up or down without notice or the need for SEC review.

    That’s the long-winded answer to say that the $.15/share offer for cash investors is NOT guaranteed to be always available.

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