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Reg A+ Trumps
Reverse Merger
Disclaimer

This is not legal or
investment advice of any
kind

Seek competent advice
from qualified attorneys
and inves...
Companies
wanting to go
public can use a
reverse merger
or an initial
public offering
With a reverse
merger you have
to pay for the
shell company
and give up stock
to the existing
shareholders
These existing
shareholders
often dump their
stock on you after
the merger
Reg A+ legal and
accounting costs
are comparable to
the legal and
accounting costs
to buying a shell
and cleaning it up
A shell company,
if not eligible to
use Rule 144 has
to file with the
SEC for a year to
become eligible
to use Rule 144
`
Even if it is
eligible, the
shareholders in
your company
have to wait 6
months or a year
to sell their stock
under Rule ...
Now let's look at
a Reg A+
offering
With a Reg A+
offering, you are
not diluted by
existing shell
shareholders
You pick up cash
and
shareholders in
the offering
You have no
chance of hidden
liabilities
If you or your
shareholders want
liquidity, you can
include them as
selling
shareholders, up
to $20 million
worth
It may take as little
as four months to
get the SEC to
qualify your Reg
A+ deal
For a full report
comparing all the
costs of a reverse
merger with a
Reg A+ offering
email me at
John.Lux @
Securities-
la...
Look into Reg
A+ by getting our
special Reg A+
report by
emailing
John.Lux
@Securities-
Law.info
I look forward
to talking with
you.
www.TheSecuritiesAttorneys.com

Questions –
email me at
John.Lux@
Securities-
Law.info

(202) 780-1000
Get my books on Amazon.com
How to Find a
Home Run
Stock
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Reg A+ Trumps Reverse Mergers

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Reg A+ Trumps Reverse Merger

Companies wanting to go public can use a reverse merger or an initial public offering

With a reverse merger you have to pay for the shell company and give up stock to the existing shareholders

These existing shareholders often dump their stock on you after the merger

Reg A+ legal and accounting costs are comparable to the legal and accounting costs to buying a shell and cleaning it up

A shell company, if not eligible to use Rule 144 has to file with the SEC for a year to become eligible to use Rule 144
`
Even if it is eligible, the shareholders in your company have to wait 6 months or a year to sell their stock under Rule 144

Now let's look at a Reg A+ offering

With a Reg A+ offering, you are not diluted by existing shell shareholders

You pick up cash and shareholders in the offering

You have no chance of hidden liabilities

If you or your shareholders want liquidity, you can include them as selling shareholders, up to $20 million worth

It may take as little as four months to get the SEC to qualify your Reg A+ deal

For a full report comparing all the costs of a reverse merger with a Reg A+ offering email me at John.Lux @ Securities-law.info

Look into Reg A+ by getting our special Reg A+ report by emailing John.Lux @Securities-Law.info

I look forward to talking with you.
www.TheSecuritiesAttorneys.com
Questions – email me at John.Lux@ Securities-Law.info
(202) 780-1000

Get my books on Amazon.com – How to Find a Home Run Stock

Disclaimer

This is not legal or investment advice of any kind

Seek competent advice from qualified attorneys and investment bankers

Your situation may vary

The more you know about finance and business, the more you can profit

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Reg A+ Trumps Reverse Mergers

  1. 1. www.TheSecuritiesAttorneys.com Reg A+ Trumps Reverse Merger
  2. 2. Disclaimer  This is not legal or investment advice of any kind  Seek competent advice from qualified attorneys and investment bankers  Your situation may vary  The more you know about finance and business, the more you can profit
  3. 3. Companies wanting to go public can use a reverse merger or an initial public offering
  4. 4. With a reverse merger you have to pay for the shell company and give up stock to the existing shareholders
  5. 5. These existing shareholders often dump their stock on you after the merger
  6. 6. Reg A+ legal and accounting costs are comparable to the legal and accounting costs to buying a shell and cleaning it up
  7. 7. A shell company, if not eligible to use Rule 144 has to file with the SEC for a year to become eligible to use Rule 144
  8. 8. ` Even if it is eligible, the shareholders in your company have to wait 6 months or a year to sell their stock under Rule 144
  9. 9. Now let's look at a Reg A+ offering
  10. 10. With a Reg A+ offering, you are not diluted by existing shell shareholders
  11. 11. You pick up cash and shareholders in the offering
  12. 12. You have no chance of hidden liabilities
  13. 13. If you or your shareholders want liquidity, you can include them as selling shareholders, up to $20 million worth
  14. 14. It may take as little as four months to get the SEC to qualify your Reg A+ deal
  15. 15. For a full report comparing all the costs of a reverse merger with a Reg A+ offering email me at John.Lux @ Securities- law.info
  16. 16. Look into Reg A+ by getting our special Reg A+ report by emailing John.Lux @Securities- Law.info
  17. 17. I look forward to talking with you.
  18. 18. www.TheSecuritiesAttorneys.com  Questions – email me at John.Lux@ Securities- Law.info  (202) 780-1000
  19. 19. Get my books on Amazon.com How to Find a Home Run Stock

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