hi Everybody. My name is John Fischer. Welcome to Salesleads.TV. And here we go. Define a credit investor. I know, redundancy, right? I mean, it’s the same thing over and over and over again. But anyway, you guys go to Google and you say, hey, will you define a credit investor for me?
And I’m going to do that right now. According to the SEC, the standard definition of an accredited investor, someone who makes 200,000 a year for the last two years, or 300,000 thousand combined in the household million net worth, not including their home and experience in managing their personal portfolio, that’s what the definition of an accredited investor is.
At Salesforce TV, we give you more. We make sure the guy is qualified for $25,000 to $100,000. We make sure he’s a decision maker. We make sure it’s risk capital and not his kids college money. At least that’s what he’s telling us.
And on top of that, we mail him a private place of memorandum. So you get all those extra goodies, you know, not only are they accredited, but we go the phone gamut. He is a private place of memorandum recipient.
You have any questions at all about our accredited investors that we sell for the last 32 years, give us a call. 561-239-0364. Have a beautiful day and God bless.