Cash Back Payments

We mail checks approximately once a month.
 
To make our lawyers happy, this article is a support person version -  (not a lawyer's and not legally binding) a laymen's summary of our terms and conditions, which you can find here.  There's actually a whole table of dates and requirements.
 
We're going to send you your money based on the following schedule:
 
No sooner than 90 days after your transaction has been reported to us, and after we owe you at least $25 you will go into the next check run.
 
If we don't yet owe you $25 (based on same 90 days above), your money doesn't go away, we'll wait until we do owe you at least $25.
 
As of August 1, 2015, we are sending your Cash Back via check. 
 
If you have a non U.S. mailing address, you won't get your money until we have Paypal and/or ACH up and running.
 
If there is no activity in your account for a rolling twelve month period, there is a monthly inactivity fee of $2 per month.  We will not debit your account if the balance is zero.  That is, you'll never owe US money.
 
As of December 23, 2017:
We've retired cash back.  Now, get Bitcoin for free when you shop at iConsumer stores, in addition to earning iConsumer stock.
 
What does that mean if I have "pending" cash?  
Your pending cash will turn into earned cash on the normal schedule outlined above, no changes.
 
What about "earned cash" above $25?  
Once $25 or more is owed, we'll send you a check, just as is outlined above.
 
What about "earned cash" below $25? I'm no longer getting cash when I shop, what do I do to get that remaining balance?
You can ask us to use the "earned" Bitcoin that's been credited to you to bring the cash earned total to over $25, so that you'll automatically get a check from us.  We'll exchange the Bitcoin for cash (using the price we're paying for Bitcoin on the day you make the request), to bring your earned cash total over $25.  You must have had a balance for transactions that occurred prior to 12/23/17 at 1pm.

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