Want to invest with us? Complete the form below to join the Syndicate.
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Very Reasonable Questions
What am I committing to by submitting the form?
No commitment – you're simply giving us the ability to communicate with you.
When you join a syndicate, you'll be invited to deals that you can choose to invest in on a deal-by-deal basis. There is no commitment to invest in deals when you join a syndicate.
However, if you do not submit the form, you will not receive any information about investment opportunities.
What happens after I submit the form?
This form simply tells us who is interested in working with us.
From there, we go to work identifying and lining up great investment opportunities. When we identify opportunities that we believe members of our syndicate would be interested in, you will receive an email from us. That memo will include information about the deal (a deal memo) and the next steps if you're interested in investing.
Do you have any deals lined up now?
We made our first investment in October and are sourcing our next deal now!
How much will I be able to invest?
Investment minimums and maximums will vary on a deal-by-deal basis. Typically, we'd expect minimums ~$3,000 and maximums ~$10,000 – but these are only estimates and each deal will also be unique based upon overall investor interest.
How are you managing this syndicate?
We are running the Creator Science Syndicate through Angel List, arguably the most reputable and reliable platform in the space.
Do I need to be an accredited investor to join the syndicate?
Yes. You will need to meet the SEC guidelines as an accredited investor or qualified purchaser.
An accredited investor is an individual who meets at least one of these criteria:
- A net worth of $1M+, not including their primary residence.
- An income that exceeds $200K per year for the prior 2 years, or a joint income with their spouse of $300K per year for the prior 2 years.
- A Series 7, Series 65, or Series 82 license and is active and in good standing.
A qualified purchaser is an individual or entity with $5M+ of net assets.
Not sure? Consider speaking with your attorney or financial advisor.