Free Stock in Startup Company

I found out about this company around February 2009 but I wanted to hold out for a bit to see if the company died before talking about it here on my blog.

The company is still alive and well, frequently updating on the status of their new website launch and it appears they will soon go live.

The company is called me2everyone. According to their current website, they plan to create something like Facebook or Twitter, but much more in depth and interactive. They boast the website will be a place to meet friends, chat, shop, play, watch videos, create art galleries, open virtual newspapers…quite a mouthful.

From what I read it looks like these activities will be done within a semi-3D world where you can actually see each other or a virtual depiction of each other.

Thats all pretty cool in itself, sort of like a Sims video game, but live with your business partners, friends and family. The real pull here for me though is that the company is giving shares away to new members.

If you sign up, which is free, you get 250 shares in the company. The shares were all purchased for this purpose and are given to members.

The shares are currently worth about $.002 but are projected to be worth about $0.95 in Dec 2012. The shares do not create any liability to the company for the shareholders.

There are currently nearly 500,000 members and the new site is supposed to launch this month. The community will be free forever but I assume they will stop giving away free shares once they go live and public so you may want to get them now. A free long term investment with that kind of return isnt bad.

You can sign up through this link: me2everyone.com

*this is not a sponsored post, just thought I would share this as a possible investment

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» Debt NinjaNo Gravatar said: { Jun 24, 2009 - 09:06:53 }

Hmmm. Sounds interesting. But makes me wonder why bother even having real friends if you can do all your socializing, shopping, etc online? Maybe we can get virtual parents too?

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» Jesse MichelsenNo Gravatar said: { Jun 24, 2009 - 10:06:10 }

honestly, some people already do all their shopping, socializing and etc online.

But like I said, the real pull is the stock, I dont plan to actually use the virtual world, I just dont have time for that sort of thing.

Free stock in a company, if it increases at all in price was an investment worth taking though.

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