CrowdCheck Reports

CrowdCheck investigates online securities offerings to help ensure they are legitimate, transparent, and compliant with the law. These investment opportunities might be early-stage companies, real estate projects or private investment funds. They might be offered to only “accredited investors” under the SEC’s Rule 506. Or they might be offered to everyone under the new crowdfunding regulations. We do “due diligence” on all these investments.

We do this not only to help protect investors, but also to protect the issuers or sponsors of investment opportunities and the online investment platforms they list on.

Our trained analysts walk companies or sponsors through the diligence and disclosure process so that they can be certain that they have provided all the information they need to in order to avoid trouble down the road. They can also be sure that they have all the necessary corporate paperwork in order. The result of our due diligence process is published in our easy-to-read report, which appears on the website of the online investment platform.

Our one-on-one human touch process goes beyond what databases alone can do and makes certain that the investment opportunity is valid and legally binding. It also helps issuers and investors – even those who are totally inexperienced – come to a meeting of the minds and so the investor can make an informed investment decision.

In addition to specialized Checks for real estate projects and private investment funds, we offer different levels of Check for operating companies:

Compliance Check/Core Check

The CrowdCheck Compliance Check satisfies all of the legal requirements for a company seeking investment under the SEC’s new “Regulation Crowdfunding”. The CrowdCheck Core Check is tailored to offerings being made to accredited investors under the SEC’s Rule 506.

The Compliance Check provides the company and the investment platform it lists on with complete assurance that the company is complying with all the SEC’s disclosure and procedural requirements.

Some of the things we look at in the Compliance Check are:

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