Again - anyone can set up an estore on Amazon. Search for "Amazon Eternal Tech" on a popular search site and you will be taken to an "Amazon Store" from a company called Eternal Tech. It's the same thing that JAMN did; it was JAMN's decision to include "Amazon" in their store name.
I've answered the question several times; no need to do it again. You said that JAMN would be $1 by July; How did you come up with that valuation? Ah, that's right; it was pure speculation. jsteveco, your "advice" is pretty much worthless!
JAMN reaching $1? Like it did by the end of July. Oh, that's right - that didn't happen even though jsteveco assured us that it would. How much did people lose listening to him? That's right - nothing - because nobody listens to him!
Wow, another bizarre bigjim post. This is a good time to remind everyone that JAMN makes less than $3 in sales per location per day. A kid with a lemonade stand could do better.
Um, no - only about 1/3 of Kroger stores have Marley Coffee. Some stores were added after the original rollout, but it's still only about 1/3 of the stores.
LOL - you now must realize how foolish your statement about it being "world wide" is. jsteveco schooling someone? That's a joke - what did he ay about JAMN hitting $1 by the end of July? Anyone who took his advice lost money there!
Wow, your stupidity is growing. You said that I couldn't cite a source - I did exactly that - I didn't claim any credit; I just disproved your statement that I was the only one who thought what I stated. My yawn is that YOU are boring me! Once again you said I couldn't prove something and once again I proved you wrong.
jsteveco is a joke; he claimed JAMN would be at $1 by the end of July - anyone who listened to him then would have lost money.
*YAWN*. Since we can't link sites, I'll take snippets from stories. You can search for the actual stories
"Did Shane Whittle take advantage of Rohan Marley and the Marley name to profit millions of dollars off his stock promotion schemes? You be the judge."
"Shane Whittle, a short-tempered Vancouver stock promoter, abruptly resigned from his executive and boardroom posts at JAMN right after TheStreetSweeper connected him to BGBR in its detailed coverage of that company. "
You should also search for his name in connection with "BigBear".
bigjim, it's no surprise that you didn't understand what I wrote. The "Amazon Webstore" is a program where any company can pay Amazon to have an "estore" on Amazon's site and that's definitely what JAMN did - they just paid Amazon to have an e-store. It's not news, it's not interesting and it won't generate any sales for JAMN.
What are you babbling about? T&C? The only terms and conditions is that the vendor PAYS for such a "store". And let's face it - nobody is going to know about it. When people go to Amazon, they look things up by product; they won't search for a Marley Coffee "store". This is nothing.
Found it this morning; it shows the FB and Twitter follower numbers - it's something that JAMN arranged for; it's not something that Amazon did on their own. It's called the Amazon Webstore.
I couldn't find any such store, but you do know that vendors can set up their own Amazon stores, right? Sounds like something that Jammin did, rather than something that Amazon did.
They're selling because that's how they get paid - in shares of the company. People need cash to live - they need to pay mortgages, buy food, etc. So sometimes they have to sell shares for cash.