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Hi, everybody. John Fischer. Welcome to http://AccreditedInvestorLeads.com. Private placement leads. What does that mean? It’s leads that we use for private placement leads. I know, some of these keywords are pretty basic. But a lot of time, you guys use all different words that you type into Google or Yahoo! or MSN to try to find what it is you’re looking for. So, when you’re looking for private-placement leads…A private placement is a financial instrument, a Reg D 504, B as in boy is a million or less; the 505 is a million to five million; the 506 is for five million plus. That’s the little letter b. That little letter b is the old one. That’s the one that you have to establish a pre-existing relationship, friends and family. Once a friend, there’s a thirty-day cooling off period. Now comes the 506C, which came in a couple of Septembers ago, and that 506C, you don’t have to solicit; you instantly have that pre-existing relationship, and you can solicit and mail a PPM right away.

So, whether it’s a private equity, or a private placement—You know, what’s a private equity offer? Very, very vague term. We don’t have a lot of people come in requesting that. But, by the way, to us, a private equity offer… A private-placement is private equity. It’s exactly what it is. And you know what? They’re raising money for a particular deal, and it’s being done through the vehicle of private-placement or Reg D, 504, 505, 506. Little confusing, but you know what? The bottom line is we sell accredited investors. That’s the best kind of lead for these two types of investment vehicles. So, if you’re looking for accredited investor leads, I’m the king of accredited investor leads. You have any questions, call me, John Fischer: 561-981-8777. Thank you for your time, and God bless. http://AccreditedInvestorLeads.com (IMG 1018)

 

 

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