We’ve got a shareholder who is working through what it takes to sell his iConsumer stock without a stock broker or the public stock market in the picture. In other words, a “private” transaction. iConsumer isn’t involved in the potential transaction, but we can certainly share what we’re learning about the process. As part of … Continue reading Selling iConsumer stock privately
Yesterday, I received an email from Mickey, who was concerned about the price at which we sell our stock and how that compares and interacts with the price of our stock in the stock market. We sell our stock in two basic ways – you can buy it directly from us, or you earn it … Continue reading Letter from a Shareholder about Stock Price
Because this blog is our “official” spot for announcements that affect shareholders and prospective shareholders, we’re including this bit of truly boring information. Issuer Direct, our transfer agent, used to charge $25 to transfer your shares from their books onto the books of a broker. Recently, they increased their price for that service to $50. … Continue reading Share Issuance Price Change
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
Our July Amazon numbers were up 243% over July, 2018. Thanks to our members for shopping!
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.
Update 6/13/19 11:15 a.m. We received qualification today. We have submitted our revised offering for requalification. Depending on how fast the SEC responds to it, it is possible that after June 13 we will not be able to offer stock back rebates for some unknown period of time. Obviously we hope that doesn’t happen, but … Continue reading SEC Upcoming Action
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
Today somebody paid $.5099/share for RWRDP. That’s down from the prior sale of $.51/share. I think it all happened because somebody saw that the ASK price was $.51/share, and they really wanted to be the low ask. So they offered their shares at $.5099. One ten-thousandth of a cent less. I had no idea the … Continue reading Some things are just fun to watch
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