GeorgiaBoy, your so-called investment pitch clearly constitutes a solicitation to buy securities that I assume are neither registered nor exempt from registration on a state and federal level. You can really face severe civil and criminal penalties if (i) you don’t comply with state Blue Skye Laws and (ii) continue to pitch your investment opportunity to general public.
While I agree that the adult industry is very vibrant ? and a business like any other, you will also be measured and judged by the same laws, regulations and standards like any other entrepreneur or small business owner.
If you are serious about pursuing this business opportunity, you will need to put together a workable business plan that outlines the pros and cons of your business way beyond the initial seed stage. The investment scenario you outlined stands on very shaky ground, at best, because there’s no way to validate your assumptions. With other words, you don’t provide the required information so people can evaluate your business concept based on merit and make an educated decision on whether or not to entertain your finance request.
Again this is more than public invite for a letter of inquiry from your friendly state regulator and/or a cease & desist letter from the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC).
Just google “Regulation D Offering” to learn more about what you can and cannot do when soliciting financing from investors.
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