Apparently the concept is being totally misunderstood. This is probably somewhat my fault for not stating things differently.
This program is not designed to give free money to poor people, it requires them to earn it through their purchasing activity just like everyone else.
We are simply plugging poor people as a group into an existing cash back marketplace.
We providing a service that redistributes money that they receive through this marketplace and provide a way they could collectively use it to improve their economic situation as a group.
Someone else said they are confused about what we are going to do after acquiring the members and money. This is also explained in the how it works section provided...i.e. give it back to them according to our proprietary redistribution formula...that's it...need there be more? Perhaps you are looking at it from only an investor's capitalistic point of view.
The overall goal is a continuous recirculation dollars from the private sector back into the pockets of the lower class so that they can stop relying on social net programs, take advantage of more opportunities and contribute more to communities rather than maintaining a bourdon to society status. I hope this explanation clears a few thing up.