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Cash Back Rebates – The Back Story

By: Robert Grosshandler | November 16, 2018

The thinking behind bringing back Cash Back rebates, on top of Bitcoin, was pretty simple.  We believe one of the benefits of being an iConsumer Shareholder is experiencing the journey, as well as the destination.  Thus the bad pun in the headline, and our reason for sharing the thinking.  We want to be a massive … Continue reading Cash Back Rebates – The Back Story

Shareholder Meeting – Date and Time

By: Robert Grosshandler | November 14, 2018

Thanks to all who answered our survey as to the best time to hold our Shareholder Meeting.  Based on the response, it’s going to be at 7 p.m. Chicago time, November 28, 2018.  Remember, it’s virtual.  We’ll be sending out invites next week.  But if you’d like to register now, please do so. Here’s the … Continue reading Shareholder Meeting – Date and Time

Cash is Back

By: Robert Grosshandler | November 10, 2018

Cash Back has returned, but Bitcoin didn’t go away.  Our recent survey made it loud and clear that a large number of iConsumer members and investors were more comfortable earning cash back, rather than Bitcoin. We listened.  Beginning Monday, November 12, 2018 (Midnight Chicago time) rebates are a combination of cash (or Bitcoin) and stock.  If … Continue reading Cash is Back

Save The Date – Shareholders Meeting

By: Robert Grosshandler | November 06, 2018

This past weekend I had the good fortune to be at the wedding of my cousin’s kid.  It was extremely fancy, at a suitably fancy hotel.  Amazingly full of joy.  Everybody was resplendent in their Sunday best. Down the hall at the hotel was the 50th birthday party for an Indian gentleman.  Nobody I knew.  … Continue reading Save The Date – Shareholders Meeting

The Uplist Conundrum – Survey Feedback

By: Robert Grosshandler | November 05, 2018

One of the recurrent themes of our recent shareholder survey was “make it easier to trade our stock”.  Like too many things, the answer as to how to do that has many components.  Some background is in order.  Because we’re SEC-regulated, lots of these words have very special meanings.  Please forgive me if I sound too … Continue reading The Uplist Conundrum – Survey Feedback

Letter from the CEO – October 26, 2018

By: Robert Grosshandler | October 26, 2018

The Holidays!  The Holidays!! Stop reading this, go shop at iConsumer.  Tell your friends to shop at iConsumer.  Building the business is my job number one.  I’m sharing my job with you <grin>. Then, and only then, should you read this update. Overview The first thing I do each morning is to check out the … Continue reading Letter from the CEO – October 26, 2018

Rescission Offer

By: Robert Grosshandler | October 26, 2018

The SEC believes that iConsumer offered stock to its members inappropriately between February 13, 2018 and May 23, 2018 (inclusive).  To make sure that the shares of stock you earned during this period are yours to keep, we’ve created an offer so that you may rescind the shares and Bitcoin you earned and were awarded.  … Continue reading Rescission Offer

Democracy Matters

By: Kim Logan | October 09, 2018

Here at iConsumer, we believe in the democratization of Wall Street. We’re getting the 99% a piece of the American Dream – and part of that dream includes democratically elected representatives in government. We believe that a democracy requires participation.  Just like you #GetYourShare when you shop, refer friends or buy stock, it takes participation … Continue reading Democracy Matters

Letter from the CEO – September 28, 2018

By: Robert Grosshandler | September 28, 2018

First, let me thank you for supporting iConsumer as a member and as a shareholder.  These monthly letters are one of the most fun things I get to do.  We’ve over 50,000 shareholders and soon-to-be-shareholders, all experiencing what it’s like to own a piece of a publicly traded start up. We’re proud of iConsumer, and … Continue reading Letter from the CEO – September 28, 2018

You are the “i” in iConsumer

By: Kim Logan | September 10, 2018

 Invested. Involved. Informed.   I was asked recently what the “i” in iConsumer stood for and at first I didn’t have a clue.  Coming from a previous site with an “i” in the name (iGive.com) and the prevalence of Apple branded “i” gadgets and services, it seemed natural to me that our site would be “iConsumer”.  But … Continue reading You are the “i” in iConsumer