What are Good Shares?

Think of Good Shares as the most incredible rewards program ever. Instead of earning points or miles, you’ll unlock Good Shares—future equity in Good Money. The Good Shares Program allows our customers to earn an economic interest in Good Money over time. Today, Good Shares have a loyalty value, but no cash value.
In the near future, Good Money plans to offer the Good Shares under Tier 2 of Regulation A (the “Good Shares Offering”), which will allow Good Money to issue Good Shares to qualified customers in connection with the Good Shares Program.
Once the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) qualifies the Good Shares Offering, you will be able to redeem Good Shares with a value equivalent to your then-current aggregate Loyalty Value if and only if (a) your Good Money account is in good standing, (b) your Good Money account has been opened and active for at least one calendar year (365 days) beginning from your Enrollment Date, and (c) you enter into a subscription agreement with Good Money pursuant to the terms of the Good Shares Offering (the “Subscription Agreement”). The face value of any Good Shares issued upon your entry into the Subscription Agreement will match, on a dollar-for-dollar basis, the aggregate Loyalty Values that you have accrued in your GMG Account immediately prior to your entry into the Subscription Agreement. Other terms and conditions governing the Good Shares issued to you, including details regarding Good Shares features, will be set forth in the Subscription Agreement. The Subscription Agreement will also include a requirement that you remain an active user of the Platform for one year prior to such time as the Good Shares are to be issued. Until the Good Shares Offering is complete, Good Shares don’t have any economic value for our customers. Learn about customer ownership here.

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