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iConsumer portal appears to be close to fulfilling its stock promise

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Almost exactly a year ago, I wrote about iConsumer’s unique cash back portal.  I wrote: Can iConsumer really deliver cash + shares? My interview with iConsumer’s founder.  Unlike other cash back portals, iConsumer offers both cash back and stock shares when you make purchases through their portal.  But, at the time, they didn’t have SEC approval, and you couldn’t buy or sell shares through brokerage firms.  So, there was no way to know how much…

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iConsumer offering double cash back through 6/30

Through 6/30/16 iConsumer is offering double cash back and double shares on purchases made between now and midnight (Central time) on 6/30/16. Notable Finds: 1-800-Flowers 22.4% (see: 1-800-Flowers Extreme Stacking) Choice Hotels 12.8% ScoreBig 19.2% (see: ScoreBig Extreme Stacking) Staples 6.4% Virgin Atlantic 4.8% Important Note: The doubled rates are already shown on the iConsumer site. For example, if a store shows 10% cash back, then it most likely used to be 5% but was…

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iConsumer offering double cash back through March 31

Through 3/31/16 iConsumer is offering double cash back and double shares on purchases made between now and midnight (Central time) on 3/31/16.  Important Note: The doubled rates are already shown on the iConsumer site. For example, if a store shows 10% cash back, then it most likely used to be 5% but was doubled to 10%. You will not earn 20% cash back in that example. iConsumer isn’t offering double cash back for all stores,…

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iConsumer’s Double Cash Back Promotion returns

iConsumer Double Cash Back

Through 2/28/16 iConsumer is offering double cash back and double shares on purchases made between now and midnight (Central time) on 2/28/16. Important Note: The doubled rates are already shown on the iConsumer site.  For example, if a store shows 10% cash back, then it most likely used to be 5% but was doubled to 10%.  You will not earn 20% cash back in that example. iConsumer isn’t offering double cash back for all stores,…

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What happened to GiftCards.com?

GiftCards.com Missing from Portals

UPDATE 2/21/2016: Portal Rewards are Back Recently, GiftCards.com became the place to buy Visa gift cards.  With Simply Best Coupons offering 1.5% cash back and iCoupons offering 1.6% cash back, one could get back all of the purchase fee and most of the shipping fee when buying $500 Visa gift cards. Now, though, if you look for GiftCards.com on Simply Best Coupons, you’ll see that they aren’t offering any cash back: I found the same…

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Can iConsumer really deliver cash + shares? My interview with iConsumer’s founder.

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A new cash back portal, iConsumer, made a big splash last month by offering some of the best cash back rates around.  Some examples include: 8% cash back for Ebay (briefly 16%!) and 32% cash back for 1800Flowers. Many of those great rates were due to a Double Cash Back promotion (which I wrote about here) that ended January 30th. Beyond a few excellent cash back rates, the really interesting thing about iConsumer is that…

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iConsumer increases referral bonus to $10 plus 100 shares

Valid through Feb 14, 2016: iConsumer is a new shopping portal that rewards members with both cash back and shares of stock.  Last month, they offered 100 shares of stock for each friend you refer.  Now, they’ve added $10 to the pot.  Through Feb 14, when you refer a friend, you’ll earn 100 shares plus $10 (once your friend makes a purchase).  Your friend will get 100 shares just for signing up. iConsumer’s stock hasn’t…

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Quick Tip: iConsumer Double Cash Back rates “already shown”

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There has been considerable interest lately in a new portal called iConsumer due to it having significantly better cash back rates than most rivals for many merchants.  For example, for Visa gift cards purchased from GiftCards.com, iConsumer is offering 1.6% cash back (which makes the gift cards nearly fee-free): And, they’re offering 8% cash back for ebay (limited to $20 per month): And, 32% cash back at 1800Flowers: All of the above rates are far…

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