Private placements are exempt from the registration requirements of the Securities Act of 1933 and public disclosure requirements, as long as certain requirements are met and, as such, carry a high degree of risk. Private placements being promoted are illiquid investments, with no guarantee of returns, distributions and/or interest payments, and it is possible to lose some or all of the investment. The Issuer may require more capital in the future to continue growing, with no guarantee that the Issuer will be successful in securing it. There is more information about the risks of private placements on FINRA'S WEBSITE.
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