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InstantMobile Solutions, Inc. Investor Presentation - for financial and product roadmap info, contact Tom McCullough, CEO

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  • Raise your hand if you…Made a donation of household items in the last 3 years to a Not-for-Profit such as Goodwill…keep your hand up if…You got a receipt for those donations, still have the receipts and accurately entered the Fair Market Value (the IRS wants to know)
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  • InstantMobile Solutions, Inc.Insta-Pass Donation and mCommerce Solution Finalists Top 10 Emerging Mobile Apps May 25, 2011 November 2010 Tom McCullough Founder and CEO InstantMobile Solutions, Inc. tom@InstantMobileSolutions.com 541-632-3011http://donate.goodwillsv.org
  • Introduction Think about when you make an in-kind donation… Have you ever been asked for your contact information? Who does this effect? • Approximately 174M people make donations in the US • Approximately 47M or 1/3 of tax payers itemize • Goodwill estimates it has 74M Donorshttp://donate.goodwillsv.org
  • Donation Service How it Works (Today)http://donate.goodwillsv.org
  • Benefits One App, One Service - Serving All Goodwill’s Donor Non-Profit Digitize Donation Process Donor Contact Information Social Media Interaction Communications Platform In-Kind Analytics Donations Non-Profit Non-Profit Consistent Message to Online Commerce All Constituents Marketing mCommerce Promotions & Analyticshttp://donate.goodwillsv.org
  • Donation Service Easy to Implement Stores 1. Window Signs 2. Handouts 3. Computer/Kiosk/Android Phone Attended Donation Sites 1. Handouts 2. A-frame Signage 3. Android Phonehttp://donate.goodwillsv.org
  • Unsolicited Donor Feedback Warren Wartell, Dallas Texas “As a FREQUENT Goodwill donor, I was very encouraged to see this App! You have a solid platform, and deserve a much higher rating and positive feedback comments for such a useful charity tool. Happy to help contribute my efforts to improve this App to encourage more frequent donations, and help streamline Goodwills organization. This app has vast potential to do both!”http://donate.goodwillsv.org
  • Consistent Growth 2,016 Downloads As of March 18http://donate.goodwillsv.org
  • Registered Donors – 1,151http://donate.goodwillsv.org
  • Status • Goodwill of Silicon Valley – Generating Subscription Revenue for 3 Quarters – 18 Stores & 25 Attended Donation Sites • Pipeline – Goodwill Industries International – Goodwill Hawaii – Seattle Goodwill Industries, Inc. – Tacoma Goodwill Industries – Goodwill Industries of Washington DC – Goodwill Industries of San Francisco, San Mateo and Marin Counties, Inc. • Partnerships – Mercury Payments, ABC Payments – Intuit, 2nd Story Software (TaxAct) – in processhttp://donate.goodwillsv.org
  • Competitionhttp://donate.goodwillsv.org
  • Proven Track Record John Tom Dmitriy Stringer McCullough KsendzovskyChairman of the Board Founder & CEO Chief Technology Officer http://donate.goodwillsv.org
  • Boards John Stringer Tom McCullough Dennis Schmal Eskander Matta Brian Rauschhuber Chairman Founder & CEO Retired VP of eBusiness Former Head of WW Supply ChainPaul de Graaff Dr. Taher Elgamal Don Kassing Dr. Ron Danielson Robert GriffinChief Security Chief Executive President Emeritus Chief Information Former President Officer Officer Officer United Way Monterey
  • Capital Funding to Date Bootstrapped $150K Angel Investment in Convertible Note 2012 • Close $350K Convertible Note • $150K Raised to Date • 8 - $25K Units to be Subscribed Anticipated Funding 2012 - $1M Series A Use of Funds • Expand Engineering • Build Sales Team • Patent Filingshttp://donate.goodwillsv.org
  • InstantMobile Solutions, Inc.Insta-Pass Donation and mCommerce Solution Finalists Top 10 Emerging Mobile Apps May 25, 2011 November 2010 Tom McCullough Founder and CEO InstantMobile Solutions, Inc. tom@InstantMobileSolutions.com 408-375-3011http://donate.goodwillsv.org
  • Deduction Breakpoints IRS Publication 526 Deductions of Less Than $250 1. The name of the charitable organization, 2. The date and location of the charitable contribution, and 3. A reasonably detailed description of the property. Additional records. You must also keep reliable written records for each item of donated property. Your written records must include the following information. 1. The name and address of the organization to which you contributed. 2. The date and location of the contribution. 3. A description of the property in detail reasonable under the circumstances. For a security, keep the name of the issuer, the type of security, and whether it is regularly traded on a stock exchange or in an over-the-counter market. 4. The fair market value of the property at the time of the contribution and how you figured the fair market value. If it was determined by appraisal, you should also keep a copy of the signed appraisal. 5. The cost or other basis of the property if you must reduce its fair market value by appreciation. Your records should also include the amount of the reduction and how you figured it. If you choose the 50% limit instead of the special 30% limit on certain capital gain property (discussed under Capital gain property election, earlier), you must keep a record showing the years for which you made the choice, contributions for the current year to which the choice applies, and carryovers from preceding years to which the choice applies. 6. The amount you claim as a deduction for the tax year as a result of the contribution, if you contribute less than your entire interest in the property during the tax year. Your records must include the amount you claimed as a deduction in any earlier years for contributions of other interests in this property. They must also include the name and address of each organization to which you contributed the other interests, the place where any such tangible property is located or kept, and the name of any person in possession of the property, other than the organization to which you contributed. 7. The terms of any conditions attached to the gift of property. Deductions of $250 But Not More Than $500 Deductions Over $500 But Not Over $5,000http://donate.goodwillsv.org
  • What is Next? • Donor Facing – Cash Donations (Credit/Debit Cards & SMS) – Fair Market Value – Tax Download to TurboTax, TaxAct, etc. – Android App • Administration Portal – mCommerce Management – Marketing Management – Enhanced Reporting – Role Based Access – User Interface Redesignhttp://donate.goodwillsv.org