Government assistance – PPP & EIDL

By: Robert Grosshandler | June 25, 2020

One of our goals at iConsumer is to have our members/shareholders participate in the journey of building a great big business. To that end, I’m sharing some background on our recent financial dealings ahead of when we might have disclosed them normally.

Also, the SEC rules on these kinds of disclosures aren’t cut and dried, so I prefer to over-disclose so long as that doesn’t hurt us competitively.

We were fortunate to receive a $60,000 EIDL loan in May. Like all such loans made by the SBA during the pandemic, it has an interest rate of 3.75% and a 30 year term.

As you may recall from reading our offering circular, we have a very close relationship with Outsourced Site Services (OSS). I own OSS, and OSS provides services to iConsumer. iConsumer pays for those services as a percentage of its revenues. For that reason, iConsumer doesn’t actually have any employees, and so wouldn’t have qualified for a Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan.

OSS received a PPP loan from our government, which it expects to be forgiven. For that reason I have decided that OSS will not charge iConsumer for its services starting April 1 through at least June 30, 2020.

Stay tuned for more updates and financials reports as they come due.

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4 Comments

Keyotae C Cabaza, June 25, 2020 at 3:24 pm

😢😢😢 sad

    Robert Grosshandler, June 25, 2020 at 4:10 pm

    I was rather glad to get the loan for iConsumer. Terms are great, iConsumer is capital constrained.

Eugene Loroch, June 26, 2020 at 6:01 am

What are the proceeds of the loan for?

    Robert Grosshandler, June 26, 2020 at 7:36 am

    EIDL loans are explicitly for “working capital”. Most notable is what you can’t do with them. You generally can’t buy fixed assets or pay dividends. There are more restrictions, but those were the ones that were highlighted to me.


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