What are the real benefits of purchasing “shares”?
I bought my shares back in 2017, thinking this would be like a normal company you buy shares in and are paid dividends, or the shares increase in value. Along that same line, you should also be able to sell your shares. Is there a way to do this? So far I’ve had absolutely no benefit of purchasing these shares. The only good thing to come of it was the book made for Stan Lee, which I still had to pay for.
Wefunder supports three different federal laws that allow startups to raise money legally. To comply with the law, Wefunder Advisors LLC and Wefunder Portal LLC (both owned by Wefunder Inc) also list startups depending on the regulation used.
Legal May 16th 2016
Wefunder Portal LLC
for 370 startups
Wefunder Advisors LLC
for 109 startups
for 3 startups
Curious how well the companies have done? Or how many raised follow-on financing?
Some fine print: 1) These numbers include startups currently live on Wefunder if they pass their minimum target. 2) Some startups use two different laws at the same time (i.e., Regulation D and Regulation Crowdfunding).
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