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Your small business has a monopoly on service. Now there’s an app for that.

Wherever your customers are, they can reach you for what they can’t get anywhere else online: Your knowledge, insight and passion about the products and services you provide.

Virtual Storefronts let small business owners connect to what matters most: Customers and sales

Small business owners don’t need another website presentation to build; Facebook Page Like to buy; or online inventory to photograph, organize and upload to Amazon. USpace Virtual Storefronts give you and your customers a fast, easy and affordable way to bring the local sales experience to the virtual world.

USpace Virtual Storefronts FAQ

Yes. By the time you pay USpace the first dollar from your small business budget, we want Virtual Storefront sales right in front of you, on your balance sheet, to show you the value USpace has to your business.

This means we’re giving our Pilot businesses in Western North Carolina 90 days of free service, before we charge our monthly subscription of $49./month. Your subscription includes everything you need to do sales.

The only other fee your business will cover is the standard credit card charge USpace is charged for the processing of a sale, and that is only when you make sales on USpace.

For every small business serving local retail goods and services to the public, there are never any commission fees and there is no limit to the number of transactions your business can conduct from your USpace Virtual Storefront.

Your business simply pays USpace a flat monthly rate and gains access to the global base of USpace Public Members (we call USpace ‘users’ Members), who can visit your business virtually and make a purchase securely whenever they want.

We know what running a small business is like, and that is exactly why we designed your Virtual Storefront to be a fixed cost you can budget for easily no matter the season.
Currently USpace is preparing to pilot Virtual Storefronts in our pilot market, centered in Cherokee County, the Western most county in North Carolina, surrounded by North Georgia and East Tennessee. Our field office for our pilot program is at 146 Main Street, Andrews, NC 28901 – about 100 miles north of Atlanta.

With a successful pilot program in the second half of 2020, Virtual Storefronts will open across the Southeast and, with continued success, nationally in 2021.

Any small business with retail sales to the public in the United States and US territories is eligible to open a Virtual Storefront for business on USpace. Common restrictions on sales of alcohol, firearms and tobacco and similar items apply to Virtual Storefronts.

The cost to your business is fixed at $49/mo with everything you need included. There are no commission charges or hidden fees. Your business does pay terminal fees for transactions with no surcharge by USpace. Most future upgrades will be included in your Virtual Storefront subscription.

Registering your business to open a virtual storefront is free with no obligation. 

Virtual Storefronts were originally planned for development in 2021 and release in 2022, after our April 2020 release of Professional Services.

Small businesses are asking how they can do business virtually now, so we are moving forward with Phase II immediately.

With a successful pilot program in the second half of 2020, Virtual Storefronts will open regionally and, with success, nationally in 2021.

USpace is a security, safety and privacy network used by professionals to communicate with clients using Professional Services, a product we released in April 2020.

Because our paying Business Members must have access to their clients – and your Virtual Storefront must likewise have access to your customers – Public Membership on USpace is always 100% free.

Anyone can become a Public Member on USpace right now and use our service to privately communicate with Trusted Connections they make with family, friends and associates on the USpace platform.
Virtual Storefronts for small business are born out of a knowledge of the challenges small businesses face and a passion for the success of local retail.

USpace CEO Tobin Brogunier has worked with hundreds of small businesses doing digital sales and marketing since 1995.

Read the USpace Vision Statement “Online for the future,” a collaboration between our customers and staff, for more information about why USpace is the right company to partner with into the future.

Our service is simple: Create an efficient and simple way for you to communicate with your customers virtually and make remote payment easy.

The data we need to create your Virtual Store you have already provided in the form below. There is no inventory to maintain. There is no website to manage; domain to register; or e-commerce inventory to upload and track.

You will need one photo for your listing. Everything else is just chatting with customers and making sales.


There will be a private dispute resolution process, but Virtual Storefronts do not have a public ratings system.

Call your favorite local businesses now and tell them you are waiting to visit their Virtual Storefront. While you’re on the phone, you can even order something from them the old virtual way, by phone!

USpace will send out a notification to everyone in the area when a new local business opens a Virtual Storefront on USpace.

The future is private.
Welcome to a secure world.

Business leads the way to a future of online privacy by paying for privacy for all.
USpace prohibits data mining, search of our Member base, advertising and algorithms.

Request invitation to open a Virtual Storefront

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We’ll send you a link to register when you’re approved

Registration is free, requires no deposit and has no obligation. First registered is first to open on USpace this summer.

We look forward to opening your business on the world's safety, security and privacy network, USpace

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