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

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

Raising Money – Bridge Round

By: Robert Grosshandler | May 12, 2018

Growing companies quickly takes cash.  We’re no different.  Because our main way of doing  that is our Reg. A+ offerings, and we’re not going to have an offering qualified by the SEC for some time to come (see this blog post) we’re raising money through a convertible debt offering.  This should provide us enough cash … Continue reading Raising Money – Bridge Round

Letter from the CEO – April 8, 2018

By: Robert Grosshandler | April 08, 2018

Good news, and more waiting for the SEC Three years ago we set out to create a crowdfunded startup with a million shareholders.  To give the 99% a chance to be involved, learn, and potentially profit from the process.  That meant submitting ourselves to SEC oversight and ultimately having tradeable stock – RWRDP. Overall, I’m … Continue reading Letter from the CEO – April 8, 2018

Letter from the CEO – February 2, 2018

By: Robert Grosshandler | February 02, 2018

Welcome to February I think it’s important to let you know proactively when we file important information with the SEC.  This is your company, we want you to be up to date. One of the most important things about iConsumer is that we’re regulated.  We’re required to file audited financial statements.  The auditor, while paid … Continue reading Letter from the CEO – February 2, 2018

Black Friday Double Stock Back Promotion

By: Robert Grosshandler | November 24, 2017

From November 23 through November 27 (midnight Chicago time), we’re doubling the stock you earn when you make purchases via iConsumer at any of our stock back stores (more or less every store except Amazon). Why? We want you to use iConsumer as often as possible.  We make money when you do, and that helps … Continue reading Black Friday Double Stock Back Promotion

The Strategy – Ownership is the Ultimate Loyalty Program

By: Robert Grosshandler | July 08, 2016

It’s time we laid out our fundamental strategy – how we plan to use equity crowdfunding to create a company with over 1,000,000 customers and shareholders.  How we plan to create a company to rival eBates, RetailMeNot, ShopAtHome, and a bunch of others. We’re doing it by making our customers, every one of our customers, … Continue reading The Strategy – Ownership is the Ultimate Loyalty Program

We’re Not Alone – Stock Up! from T-Mobile

By: Robert Grosshandler | June 08, 2016

It is always gratifying when a much bigger company adopts your strategy.  Especially if they’re not a competitor of ours.  T-Mobile, the cellular provider, just announced that they will be giving new customers stock in T-Mobile. And they will be giving customers who refer new customers more stock. Sound familiar to iConsumer?  We certainly think … Continue reading We’re Not Alone – Stock Up! from T-Mobile

Title III Update – Passed by SEC

By: Robert Grosshandler | December 12, 2015

On October 30, 2015, the SEC voted to adopt new regulations governing Title III of the JOBS Act.  This is specifically about small crowdfunded investor opportunities.  It is another equity crowdfunding opportunity. The general consensus is that this is great for smaller startups, and companies that are not interested in immediately having a public market … Continue reading Title III Update – Passed by SEC