Value versus stock price

By: Robert Grosshandler | July 26, 2018

We often talk about increasing the value of iConsumer.  We often go on to say we hope that an increase in value increases the price of our stock.  But, we can’t promise that, we can only hope. For instance, today we’ve got a promotion starting where, if a member trials the iConsumer Button, we’re going … Continue reading Value versus stock price

Referral Program – Sharing is Caring

By: Kim Logan | July 25, 2018

I grew up the youngest of three kids and my older siblings would definitely tell you I was spoiled.  (Maybe, I was a little!)  As my sister and I were close in age & size, we shared a lot – a bedroom, books, clothes & toys.  We were usually pretty good about it but tantrums … Continue reading Referral Program – Sharing is Caring

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 … Continue reading An open letter to investors

Letter from a user

By: Robert Grosshandler | July 13, 2018

For most people, they buy today with the expectation that the price will go up over time, not instantly.  It’s an investment of time as well as money.

Amazon Prime Day and our Stock Price

By: Robert Grosshandler | July 05, 2018

Amazon Prime Day Amazon has very special sales happening July 16.  You can shop at Amazon via iConsumer.  We make great money when you do (in part because Amazon doesn’t allow us to share what they pay us with you). For many companies, the bigger their revenues and profits are, and the faster those are … Continue reading Amazon Prime Day and our Stock Price

Letter from the CEO – June 19, 2018

By: Robert Grosshandler | June 19, 2018

What a month it’s been! First and foremost, the SEC qualified our offering on June 13, 2018.  Which means we’re able to award our stock again.  So go shop.  I firmly believe that the best way to increase iConsumer’s value is through increasing revenues and profitability. Next, consider investing in iConsumer.  You get the experience … Continue reading Letter from the CEO – June 19, 2018

Letter from the CEO – May 13, 2018

By: Robert Grosshandler | May 13, 2018

Short and sweet this month.  Four things of note: 1. We’ve filed our newest version of our $15,000,000 offering circular (our 1/A/A) with the SEC.  We anticipate a June or July qualification by the SEC.  Read all about it here.  Highlights include a much more detailed discussion of our intention to build our own blockchain-based … Continue reading Letter from the CEO – May 13, 2018

Amended Offering Statement Filed – Updated 1/A

By: Robert Grosshandler | May 12, 2018

We need an SEC qualified offering statement (a Form 1/A) in order to raise money from ordinary people and to enable our members to earn and be issued our stock.  We filed the latest version with the SEC on May 10, 2018.  It’s filled with lots of information about your business, the risks we can … Continue reading Amended Offering Statement Filed – Updated 1/A

Selling Your Shares

By: Robert Grosshandler | April 08, 2018

Good news – it’s finally pretty easy to try to sell your shares! At some point, you may want to sell your iConsumer shares (RWRDP).  Not that you have to try to sell them.  The timing of that is totally up to you.  One of our jobs over the last year has been to make that … Continue reading Selling Your Shares

Share Buy Backs and the 99%

By: Robert Grosshandler | February 27, 2018

In yesterday’s NY Times, there was an article about how the recent change in the tax code is causing some companies to increase their stock buy backs.  We’ve got nothing against buy backs, fwiw, but the article makes the point that this doesn’t help the 99% very much. And that’s one of the biggest reasons … Continue reading Share Buy Backs and the 99%