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The templates are simple and easy to use, and you can save thousands compared to using an attorney from scratch.
Still, if you buy a private placement template you should have an attorney review the document, whether it the guys from private-placement.com or your own counsel. Just buying a private placement memorandum template and writing it yourself can be a bad thing, unless you got someone on your team who knows the rules.
I would avoid any company without an attorney on staff, and do not buy a template unless there is an attorney in the company. Only one we use, again, its private-placement.com. I am not trying to plug them, just trying to make sure no one gets into securities troubles down the road.....
We do PPM's. Custom and Templates.
We have an attorney on staff who reviews our work, or you can have your attorney review the work and we'll make any necessary changes.
We're at PPM Fast.com and/or Reg D Broker. We're the same company.
We have an A+ BBB rating for the last 5 years. We've helped raise over $500 Million in private placement capital. We've completed hundreds of PPM's.
We also do Edgar filings for attorneys and entrepreneurs.
This is a great topic and discussion. I sure would like to see more like this. It has a lot more nuts and bolt specifics than most other discussions. Lets get into the details! Please, when you reply, go into the finer points and boring details. And by all means let us know of any further reading you may recommend.