- How do I start a profile?
- How much does it cost to create a profile?
- How do I build a good profile?
- Can I include projections in the profile?
- Can I share my profile before filing with the SEC?
- How do I delete my profile?
Visit the Raise Money page, put in your company name, then hit that green button.
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When building your profile, avoid future promises and forward-looking numbers like: "We plan to make $5 million next year." Instead try: "We hope to continue growing by doing x, y, and z." If you decide to fundraise on Wefunder, you are legally liable that every statement on your profile is 100% true, and that you have not omitted any important information investors should know about (for example, a lawsuit). Read the Legal Primer for more information.
If you are not fundraising, you can share your profile publicly.
However, until your fundraise is enabled on Wefunder and your Form C is filed, it is not legal to publicly say that you are fundraising now, or have a concrete plan to do so in the future. You can ask people to "follow" your profile to show their support, but are not allowed to say things like: "We are going to fundraise on May 16th" or "as soon as we file with the SEC, we'll be raising at a $4 million valuation."
However, if you invite people you already know and have a relationship with (using a special link), Wefunder can help you collect money under Regulation D. This will help you see if your friends and existing network are willing to invest in you before you start a Regulation Crowdfunding Campaign.
Deleting your profile will delete all traces of your company on Wefunder, including any disclosures you've filled out. If you're sure you want to delete your company, navigate to the profile editor and look under the "Misc" tab.