Why truCrowd

  • What is TruCrowd?

    TruCrowd is one of the first Regulation Crowdfunding Portals (Title III of JOBS ACT). We connect startups and small businesses selling securities in exchange for capital with the US or foreign non-accredited and accredited investors. With experience in entrepreneurship, we understand startups nee ...

    Aug 20, 2019 20:29
  • Upfront Fees

    TruCrowd charges a non-refundable $3,500 listing fee. When your Regulation CrowdFunding offering gets fully funded, TruCrowd will charge a success fee of up to 12% from the total amount raised. If your offering doesn't get fully funded TruCrowd will not charge the success fee. TruCrowd does not c ...

    Oct 15, 2019 06:47
  • Integrated Communication Tools

    1.) What are integrated communication channels? Our integrated communication channels allow both investors and entrepreneurs to communicate with other entrepreneurs and investors. We offer chat and forum posts. Our communication tool has Twitter-like capabilities where you can include someone in t ...

    Jul 24, 2019 20:34
  • Personalized and free assistance & support

    At truCrowd we are dedicated to providing free personalized support throughout the process. The truCrowd team will assist you free of charge throughout the process starting with pre-campaign strategy suggestion, account creation, business plan and pitch feedback, help with the legal documents, free ...

    May 25, 2016 20:35
  • Choose and Participate

    You can use your skills and expertise to help the company you are investing in. If pre-issuance or post-issuance the entrepreneur seeks advice or someone with expertise in a certain business area as investor or potential investor you can step in and help. Our integrated communication channels give ...

    May 25, 2016 20:27
  • Choose who can invest in your company

    All potential investors will have access to your offering information. Although, when it comes to investing you have the option to reject unwanted investors. Once rejected, they will not be able to pledge and become shareholders in your company. ...

    Oct 15, 2019 06:47

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