Practical Knowledge

Is there a minimum investment amount?

November 14, 2017
The terms of each investment are clearly displayed on that project’s main webpage. Minimum investment amounts may vary from one company or project to another.   0

I invested, what do I actually own?

November 14, 2017
When you invest in companies or projects, you’re buying equity interest in a real company setup. Investors in a company or project will own securities issued by the issuers only (the companies themselves). You are NOT buying equity interest in crowdfundingfinder.com or its network crowdfunding platforms. 0

When will I get a return on my investment?

November 14, 2017
Returns or distributions are determine by the issuing company. You should read the all the companies investor documentation carefully for an idea as to when the issuer is expecting a return. Further, Investments in our network crowdfunding platforms’ companies are not traded in a public market or exchange. It could take years for a financial

Does crowdfundingfinder.com recommend any investments?

November 14, 2017
Crowdfundingfinder.com or any of their affiliates; do NOT provide investment advice, or recommendations. You must make your own decision as to whether an invest in any company or project listed is right for you. 0

Is it risky to invest in private companies, particularly start-up and early stage?

November 14, 2017
Yes, investing in early stage companies is highly speculative (very risky). Private securities and early stage companies have a high failure rate so you must be able to afford the complete loss of your investment without a change to your lifestyle. Early stage private placement investments are NOT bank deposits (and thus are NOT FDIC

Should I speak to an investment advisor before investing?

November 14, 2017
We strongly recommend that you consult with your investment advisor before investing in any offerings on the website. 0

How are our network crowdfunding portals different from traditional crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo?

November 14, 2017
On our network crowdfunding portals, consumers purchase securities (including but not limited to equity, debt, and revenue participation notes) in privately held companies. Crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo allow people to donate money to campaigns in exchange for rewards. Once the backer receives the reward, the transaction is finished. The backer does not share

What are the risks and rewards of investing in early-stage companies?

November 14, 2017
When you make an investment in an early-stage venture involving equity, you own a piece of that company until it makes an ‘exit’. Getting purchased by another company, selling shares on a public stock market (known as an initial public offering, or IPO), or bankruptcy are common exit scenarios. That makes company investing one of

How can I make an investment?

November 14, 2017
Once you’ve selected a company in which to invest, the investment process is easy and straightforward. On the offering page of your selected company, click the button that says Invest  and simply follow the prompts to be sure you qualify. 0

How much am I permitted to invest in offerings under Regulation Crowdfunding?

November 14, 2017
The SEC defines people who make over $200,000, or have a net worth over $1 million, as accredited investors. Accredited investors do not have investment limits if they participate in a Reg D or Reg A+ offering. For Reg A+ offerings (Tier II), unaccredited investors may invest up to 10% of the greater of their

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