No! It’s illegal for us to endorse or recommend any company.
But even if it wasn’t illegal, we don’t want Wefunder to be a “gatekeeper” who picks and chooses which ideas are worthy of funding. That’s for you to decide.
No company on Wefunder – no matter where it appears on our website – is endorsed by us. Also, while we may sometimes help companies “make their profiles look pretty,” all of this information is provided and fact-checked as accurate by the companies, not us.
Please note that Wefunder does not have access to the internal operations of any business and is not part of its board or leadership team. Instead, we conduct basic background checks on founders and review all Community Round materials to ensure they comply with all legal requirements and Wefunder policies. All company information, including filed documents such as the Form C, is available to investors for each fundraising round.
Investing in the private market carries higher risks than investing in the public market. Therefore, investors should exercise extra caution and conduct thorough due diligence before making any investment decisions. One way to do this is to review all the available materials provided by the company, including the Form C. It is ultimately up to investors to evaluate the quality of each investment opportunity and make informed decisions based on their own research.
At Wefunder, we prioritize our investors' experience on our platform and understand that their satisfaction is crucial to our success. We want to emphasize that we take our investors' best interests very seriously and have implemented strict measures to prevent bad actors from using our platform in the future.