Accredited investor definition 5/22/19

Accredited investor definition 5/22/19

Hi, my name is John Fisher, welcome to accreditedinvestor.net. Accredited investor definition, oh my god, I said this hundred times, let’s do it again. An accredited investor is someone that makes at least $200,000 a year for the last two years, $300,000 combined in married, a million net worth not including his home, experienced in managing his personal portfolio.

Here at accreditedinvestor.net, we take it a step further. Our people have contacted surveyed invited by broker-dealer, and they’ve asked them, is $25,000 to $50,000 a comfortable entry level? And they said yes. Or, 25 50 or 100,000 which best describes a comfortable entry level for you for first-time investment? You’re getting qualified 0 to 50, 0 to $100,000 and that’s a plus. And, he’s getting a private placement memorandum. That’s the difference and what we do is yes they’re accredited, and by the way, how accurate buyers and liars people lie about stuff like that, ultimately will find out the end whether the really are accredited, they may wanna see the PPM and lie, who knows? The bottom-line is depending on which Reg D private placement you’re doing, 504 505 506 B little B as a boy, or the C where apparently they’re looking for much much bigger confirmation and making sure that the guy is, in fact, an accredited investor.

If you have any questions about accredited investors, feel free to call me at 561-239-0364, by the way, we sell these leads at 5,000 $0.50 2,500 for 12.50. We have 1.3 million litigators that we scrub against. The broker that’s selling you leads right now doesn’t even know what a DNC litigator is. Shame on him and shame on you putting yourself in that kinda risk. If you have a stand number, we’ll scrub you. You don’t have a stand number, we’ll show you how to get one. If you don’t wanna get one, you’ll sign my indemnity form which says that you indemnify me and my employees. It’s become unsustainable 260 million people, I’m on the do not call, I get 20 30 a day, I don’t have time to call the FTC. Thank god the robot calls seem to be stopping right now, but I still get two or three a day. Again, you have any questions, call me. 561-239-0364 thank you for your time.

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