How to Sell to Accredited Investors Tip 1: Buy a Lead List

How to Sell to Accredited Investors Tip 1: Buy a Lead List

You can’t sell to accredited investors unless you first speak to them. But, how do you do that when accredited investors are hard to find? The answer – order a lead list of accredited investors only. Those are hard to find too since most people sell generic master lists. Fortunately, you have come to the right place. John has been in the biz for over twenty years and provides lists of accredited investors that convert.

What is an accredited investor?

You may be wondering what an accredited investor is and why they are so hard to find in the first place. An accredited investor is someone has met the income and asset threshold established by the SEC.  They will typically make at least $250,000 a year and have over $1 million in assets. As a result, a very small percentage of the general population qualifies to be accredited. Even people who want to invest may not meet this standard.

Do investors have to be accredited?

That depends on what you’re selling. If you are selling a private offering (usually through a private placement memorandum), you can only show the offering and sell to accredited investors. It’s the law so if you sell the offering to someone who wants to invest, but isn’t accredited, you could be fined and even shut down. Not a worthwhile proposition.

However, if you are selling something that is sold on the stock exchange, you do not need to sell to accredited investors because the SEC assumes that the appropriate disclosures would have been made when going public. In addition, there is an understanding of risk when investing in the stock market that people may not be aware of when investing in a private offering – at least that is the assumption of the SEC.

Buy a Lead List of Accredited Investors

If you are selling a private offering you now know that you must have a list of accredited investor leads only. The problem is that creating your own list of accredited investors can take forever. By the time you’re done, the opportunity may have closed. Fortunately, you can purchase an accredited investor lead list. You just have to be careful where you buy it from. Most list brokers and online sites sell lists that include people of all demographics. In some cases, the data is really old and out of date. This is a problem because if you call these people, they may not be accredited, and you could be fined. That’s why you need a list broker you can trust. John Fischer is that guy. He has been doing this for over twenty years and has great reviews. If you order an accredited investor leads list from us, you can be sure it contains accredited investors and you will be free to start calling and start selling.

Call John at 561-239-0364 to order a list of accredited investors today.

Order your sales leads today by giving John a call at 561-239-0364.

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How to Sell to Accredited Investors Tip 1: Buy a Lead List

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How to Sell to Accredited Investors Tip 3: Understand Their Needs

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