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Can a verification letter satisfy my investor accreditation requirements?
Can a verification letter satisfy my investor accreditation requirements?

Verification letter can satisfy your investor accreditation requirements.

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yes, a verification letter is the easiest way to satisfy your investor accreditation verification requirements. You can use the letter template below.

Verification letter template

[NAME OF INDEPENDENT THIRD-PARTY]

[ADDRESS FOR INDEPENDENT THIRD-PARTY]

[DATE]

Notice, Inc. (“Notice”)

[__________________________________________________]

[__________________________________________________]

[__________________________________________________]

Dear Sir/Madam:

I am/ We are: [ ] a registered broker-dealer [ ] a certified public accountant [ ] an SEC-registered investment adviser [ ] a licensed attorney.

Our client, ______________________ (the “Prospective User”), has asked us to contact you to verify the Prospective User’s status as an “accredited investor” as that term is defined in Rule 501(a) of Regulation D of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (an “Accredited Investor”).

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(Initial)

I am/ We are duly registered and in good standing under the laws of the jurisdiction(s) in which I am/ we are admitted to practice or under the laws of the jurisdiction of my residence or principal office, as applicable. I/ We verify that the Prospective User qualifies as an Accredited Investor (calculated pursuant to Rule 501(a) of Regulation D). I/ We further verify that I/ we have undertaken an independent analysis of the Prospective User’s status as an Accredited Investor at least once during the three-month period preceding the date of this letter. The most recent date as of which I/ we have made such determination is:________________________.

To my/ our knowledge after reasonable investigation, no facts, circumstances or events have arisen after that date that lead me/ us to believe that the Prospective User has ceased to be an Accredited Investor. I/ we acknowledge that Notice will rely on this letter in determining whether the Prospective User is an Accredited Investor, and I/ we consent to such reliance.

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(Initial)

I/ we cannot confirm the Prospective User’s status as an Accredited Investor.

Sincerely,

[NAME OF INDEPENDENT THIRD-PARTY]

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