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Do you have great inventions and/or innovations but have no financial background to carry them out? We can help you. We can get the capital for you from US and Western European inventors and international banks. We introduce your inventions and/or innovations to investors and make the world better together. If you are interested in this great opportunity, fill in the Contact Form and we will contact you shortly. All start-ups and inventors/innovators who will get lots of support to achieve the goals.

Deallynetwork management and advisory

We are devoted to make your enterprise successful:

We support you with our know-how.
We help you optimizing your costs, e.g. to found your offshore company. We arrange your US EIN. We find sponsors from our investor network. We remake and your project and translate into English. We create/reedit your video and sync it in English, adjust your webpage to your project and translate into English; and help your project be known worldwide.
Deallynetwork offers you the management and advisory service in several countries (USA, Britain, Australia, Austria, Germany, some Asian countries and soon in Hungary).
Thanks to our disciplinary co-operation with international investors, auditors, tax advisors, lawyers, news publishers; thus, our solutions are complex and will be very advantageous for you in the future. We not only raise funds for you but introduce your company into the US market as well.
We are an advisory company for small and medium enterprises that are enthusiastic to reach their goals and are not open to challenges.
We offer you our several years of experience in business.

FAQs for INVESTORS

Does Deallynetwork have group funds like some of the other platforms?

Deallynetwork is an intermediary that assists you from the first steps till you reach your financial goal.

Can I encourage other people to invest in offerings I like?

You can, however, it is always safest to not give investment advice to others, because you could run afoul of certain laws by doing so.

What is an accredited investor?

An accredited investor is someone who meets specific criteria outlined by the SEC and by federal law and is therefore eligible to participate in certain investment offerings.
In order to be considered accredited, an individual must have had an income of at least $200,000 for the past two years (or $300,000 if married), or have a net worth of over $1 million not including their primary residence.
Institutions such as trusts and venture funds can also be certified as accredited if they have more than $5 million in assets.

Can I invest in offerings if I am not accredited?

It depends on the type of offering. Regulation A+ and Regulation CF offerings do not require you to be accredited in order to invest. 506(c) deals are only available to accredited investors. With Regulation A+, accredited investors are allowed to invest more than those who are not accredited.

Can I invest in an offering if I don’t live in the U.S.?

Each offering is different, so you should refer to the legal documents each company funding provides. In most offerings, residents of many other countries can invest. However, there are certain exceptions and residents of certain countries are prohibited in some instances. Before investing in any offering, you should check with your country’s securities laws and any local laws that apply, to be sure you are allowed to invest.

Can I sell my shares after I invest in a company?

It depends on the type of offering. Most private placement offerings [those under Title II of the JOBS Act also known as 506(c) or those under 506(b)] sell only restricted shares or stock, so you will not be able to sell your shares, in many cases, for a long time. With a Title IV Regulation A+ Mini-IPO, the stock you purchase may be immediately able to be sold after the offering, depending on the restrictions the issuing company places on them. Check with the company offering the stock, and read their disclosure documents, to be sure, and to find out how you can sell the stock in their company.
These investments are typically illiquid and there is no assurance that a secondary market will develop.

Do I have to pay to Deallynetwork service?

As an investor, you do not have to pay to Deallynetwork.

Companies who wish to list their offering with the assistance of Deallynetwork must be accepted first, then enter into a contract with Deallynetwork LLC in order to list. Terms vary depending on many factors. To find out more, e-mail us atinfo@deallynetwork.com.

How do I contact an issuer if I have questions about an offering?

To find out more, e-mail us at info@deallynetwork.com.

Is there a minimum or maximum amount I can invest?

Each offering is different, and companies may set a minimum amount that can be invested per person. However, with respect to laws, rules and regulations, different limits apply to different types of offerings.
If you are not an accredited investor, there are legal or regulatory limits on your investments.

Accredited Investors:

If you are an accredited investor, there is no legal or regulatory limit to how much you can invest in a private placement under 506(c) or 506(b).
If you are an accredited investor, there is no legal or regulatory limit to how much you can invest in a Regulation A+ Mini-IPO.
If you are an individual accredited investor, for Title III equity crowdfunding, you are limited as follows:
(a) If either your annual income or net worth is less than $100,000, than the greater of $2,000 or 5% of the lesser of your annual income or net worth or
(b) If both your annual income and net worth are equal to or more than $100,000, 10 percent of the lesser of your annual income or net worth; and
(c) During a 12-month period, the aggregate amount of securities you may purchase through all Title III equity crowdfunding offerings may not exceed $100,000.

Not Accredited Investors:

For a private placement under 506(c), you are not allowed to invest.
If you are an individual who is not an accredited investor, for Regulation A+ Mini-IPOs under Tier II of the law, you will be limited to invest no more than 10% of the greater of your annual income or net worth.
If you are an individual non-accredited investor, for Title III equity crowdfunding, you are limited as follows:
(a) If either your annual income or net worth is less than $100,000, than the greater of $2,000 or 5% of the lesser of your annual income or net worth or
(b) If both your annual income and net worth are equal to or more than $100,000, 10 percent of the lesser of your annual income or net worth; and
(c) During a 12-month period, the aggregate amount of securities you may purchase through all Title III equity crowdfunding offerings may not exceed $100,000.

FAQs for Companies

Why use equity crowdfunding?

Because businesses need money, banks stopped lending and venture capitalists tend to say “no” more than “yes.” Besides, there are many benefits to equity crowdfunding including creating a large database of brand ambassadors who can evangelize for your company and brand.

Do I have to have a business or can I raise funds for my idea as an individual?

Only companies are allowed to raise money on the equity crowdfunding platform.

 

Can someone steal my idea?

 “We’ve always been shameless about stealing great ideas.”, said Steve Jobs. Having your unfunded idea stolen and duplicated is rare. So whether you put your company or idea online for the public to see, whether it’s for raising money, does carry the risk that someone will try to steal your idea.

 

Do I have to create a video?

No, you do not have to create a video but we strongly advise that you do. Videos help you explain and pitch your concept, but they also let investors see the people behind the concept.

 

What documents do I need to raise capital on an equity crowdfunding portal?

It depends on the type of offering. For a Mini-IPO under Regulation A+, you will have to file a Form 1-A with the SEC and have it “qualified” before you can list your offering on platforms. Part of Form 1-A is an Offering Circular, which is a detailed document that Regulation A+ requires you to make available to each and every investor.

For private placements such as a 506(b) or 506(c) offering under Title II of the JOBS Act, most companies use a PPM or a “Private Placement Memorandum” to help with all of their required disclosures. There is no legal requirement that you do so. We believe (like most good securities attorneys will tell you) having a PPM is a very good idea for all private placements.

 

Can I share links to my offering on social media?

As long as your offering allows general solicitation, like with a Regulation A+ Mini-IPO or a Regulation D Section 506(C) “Accredited Investor Crowdfunding” offering, you can. But, consult your legal and compliance team first about what you can and cannot say. Other than that, go for it. That’s what marketing is all about.

 

Can I raise more than my target amount?

Investments above a funding goal are called oversubscriptions. Your company has the discretion to approve or deny additional investments after the target has been reached. However, this is something a company, their legal team and management need to consider and take into account before starting to raise funds, so that you are prepared to do this properly.

 

Can people who are not accredited invest in my business?

It depends on the type of offering. If you are raising money through a 506(b) offering, you may only sell to accredited investors and up to 35 non-accredited investors. If you are raising money through a 506(c) offering, you may only sell to accredited investors. For Regulation A+ Mini-IPOs and Title III deals, investors do not have to be accredited.

 

Can I use raise funds if my business is not based in the U.S.?

Only United States and Canadian companies can use Regulation A+ Mini-IPOs to raise money. Many foreign companies can use other features on platforms to raise funds. It depends on a number of factors, so contact us and we will help you sort it out.