Getting early shares of a company could be a big deal. 7

This visualization does not show the many companies who have failed and is not a guarantee of financial outcomes as there are many variables for success.

If Jane owned
when it went public, today it would be worth:
What Jane missed by not owning early shares.

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If you are a customer for 1 year, making 9 monthly purchases, you can unlock:

in Good Shares 6

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1 – Good Money is anticipating undertaking an offering of a class of its shares under Tier 2 of Regulation A, by which shares would be issued to qualified customers in connection with the Good Shares Program. Terms and conditions of the Good Shares Program, and the anticipated Tier 2 offering contemplated thereof, are available here. To date, no filing has been made with the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”). No money or other consideration for the shares is being solicited, and if sent in response, will not be accepted. No offer for the shares can be accepted, and no part of the subscription price can be received until an offering statement filed by Good Money with the SEC has been qualified by the SEC. Any such offer may be withdrawn or revoked, without obligation or commitment of any kind, at any time before notice of acceptance given after the date of qualification. An indication of interest in the shares involves no obligation or commitment of any kind.

2 – Good Money Group, Inc. is not a licensed bank and is not a member of the FDIC. Banking services (loans and deposit products) are provided by a third-party banking partner which is an FDIC member (deposits at our third-party banking partner are insured up to $250,000 per account/depositor).

3 – Good Shares Yield is calculated based on the highest settled account balance a customer holds over the prior month, up to $1000.

4 – Faster access to funds is based on a comparison of traditional banking policies and deposit of paper checks from employers and government agencies versus deposits made electronically. Direct Deposit and earlier availability of funds are subject to payer’s support of the feature and timing of payer’s funding.

5 – “No fees” means that GMG does not charge a fee to users for using the GMG card. Linked service providers may charge fees for specific services. “No ATM Fees” means that GMG does not charge a fee to users who access their accounts through an ATM machine. ATM machine owners may charge fees. “No minimum balance” means that there is no minimum balance to open a GMG account. Some services may have tiers of payment or reward that are based upon satisfying minimum thresholds.

6 - Our lawyers say we can’t legally project how much our shares will be worth in the future, no matter how much we want to. But that said, while early-stage companies have a higher risk of failure, historically, people that get in early are the ones who make the most money as the company grows. The more people who join Good Money the more money your shares are likely to be worth. Sign up and help us spread the word.

7 - This visualization does not show the many companies who have failed and is not a guarantee of financial outcomes as there are many variables for success. All the companies listed have different business plans from Good Money and these are illustrative examples of the risk and value of early ownership in consumer technology brands. For each example listed there are many others who have failed. This is not a promissory statement and this is being illustrated to educate customers about risk and rewards of stock ownership in other direct to consumer brands. The market data in this visualization was pulled from Yahoo Finance.

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