Cervitude™ SEC Edgar Form Filing Service can help your company file Form D through the Edgar system and with the SEC.
Did you raise funds under Rule 504, 505 or 506 Regulation D or Section 4(6) of The Securities Act of 1933. In The United States of America certain offerings of securities (stock or membership units) are exempt from filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission. Offerings under the Rules before mentioned fall under this category and the only requirement is that a company must file Form D to put the SEC on “notice” of the exempt offering.
Before you need to file Form D with the SEC through the Edgar system, you will need to make sure that the offering of stock meets the criteria of the Rules prescribed. An offering of securities under these rules states that investors must be “accredited investors” as prescribed in the Code of Federal Regulations, Regulation D—Rules Governing the Limited Offer and Sale of Securities Without Registration Under the Securities Act of 1933. Once you have complied with the legal aspects of the filing, you are ready to file the form with the SEC.
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