Amazon* is different.
Very different. And very special in a good way.
Every time you shop Amazon via iConsumer, they pay us money. Pretty good money. On just about anything you buy from Amazon. And that's a really good thing.
You're helping the business you own grow bigger and stronger. Because Amazon pays us money every time you shop there via our site, our apps, or the Button.
You still save money, because we're offering you opportunities to save money via coupons and other special deals. Unfortunately, Amazon doesn't allow us to offer you cash back, or additional iConsumer stock, based on your Amazon purchases. But you're still helping your company, the company YOU own, become more valuable.
A bigger and stronger company contributes to making iConsumer's stock price bigger and stronger. Which, in other words, is a higher stock price. Because you're a member, you own stock in iConsumer, so you want our stock price to go up.
*As iConsumer grows and adds more merchant partnerships, other stores may also fall into this category. You'll be able to tell easily when you see them on our site as their advertised Cash Back will show "Owners Benefit" instead of a dollar /share amount.
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