- May 22, 2017
- Posted by: John Fischer
- Category: Accredited Investors
What is the difference between an investor lead and list?
Hi, everybody. My name is John Fischer. Welcome to accreditedinvestorleads.com. I wanna talk about ‘investor lead’, ‘investor leads’, ‘investor list’, ‘investor lists’. What is an investor lead or an investor list? An investor lead is name, address and phone number of a person who’s looking for information about some type of investment. A list is a number of those leads. So, a list would be a hundred, five thousand, two thousand. A lead would be one particular number, name address and phone number and, of course, leads is multiple.
What is an investor?
What is an investor? I mean an investor is someone that buys investments, whether it be gold, whether it be precious metals, whether it be real estate private placement, whatever it may be. It’s a very, very general term. And I wanna caution you that if you’re doing a private placement, you should insist on making sure the people are accredited. Just an investor lead or an investor list and not specifically asking for ‘accredited’, you’re gonna have a problem. If you call those people up and you ask if they’re accredited, which is required for your particular type of investment, they’re gonna say no, and it’s gonna be problematic.
Because it’s a popular thing that we all punch into Google, Yahoo! or Bing, “Hey, I’m looking for investor leads” or ‘investor lists’ it’s not good enough, and you may have a problem with that. So, take a look at your investment. I mean, if you’re doing something that’s not a private placement, not a Reg D 504, 505, the Super A, or the 506 C, make sure that you specify that that investor lead or investor leads or investor list or lists must be accredited.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call me-John Fischer: 561-981-8777. Thank you for your time. Have a beautiful day, and God bless.