If an offering hasn't reached it's funding goal by the end of a funding round, the project will close and your committed funds will be refunded. You should expect to receive a refund within 10 business days.
The amount of funding you can invest depends on your status as an investor, the governing regulation and limits the issuer has chosen to place. When you begin your investment, you will be shown both the maximum and minimum investment limits depending on the investment, issuer, regulations and your situation.
Yes, you can cancel your investment up to the closure of a round of funding. Once the funding round has closed, you will not be able to cancel your investment. If you've already submitted payment, you should expect a refund within 10 business days.
You may receive updates from the project issuer on the status and progress of the project. You will be notified directly of these updates, and they may be viewed on the project itself under the update section.
During the investment process, you will receive specific instructions for that offerings method of payment. The method of payment is specific to each project, so carefully review each step of the investment process.
During the investment process, you will receive specific instructions about how you are to sign any documents. Each offering may use it's own method of signing, so review instructions carefully during the investment process.
No, you are not assessed any fees directly for your investment in any investment round. The fees associated with running the project, accrediting you as a qualified investor, placing the funds received into escrow and are paid by the issuer. Fees paid by the issuer can affect your investment return. More information about fees are disclosed in the issuer’s offering documents.
No, you cannot modify an investment after you've completed your commitment to invest. If you wish to invest a different amount or make other such modifications, you may cancel your previous investment if the funding round is still open and make a new investment.
Different types of offerings allow for different investors. Some types of offerings require that you be an accredited investor, while others allow everyone the opportunity to invest. Some offerings may require that you live within a certain area to invest. This depends on the offering, issuer and regulations related to the type of offering. Knowing what kind of investor you are will help you understand which offerings you may invest in.
During the investment process, you may be required to affirm that you are an accredited investor. Different offerings may require different levels of proof and may have different methods to provide that proof. Review instructions carefully while you go through the investment process. Watchdog Capital can verify investors provided they meet our criteria and provide information to us.
During the creation of your project, you will receive instructions to upload the signing instructions. Different types of offerings have different types of signature requirements, so it is important that you carefully review all instructions during the project creation process. If you are not given an opportunity to provide signature instructions during the project creation process, you will be contacted by our customer support to ensure that the signature documents are correctly associated with your offering.
We look to work with a variety of companies including Bitcoin and blockchain companies, consumer goods, fintech, mobile apps, software, startups, venture capital, the securities industry, as well as entertainment and gaming.
Once your offering has been created, we do a thorough check to see if your offering meets all of our requirements, then we validate you and your information. We work closely with you until your investment meets our criteria. When it has met the criteria for an offering on our site, we'll approve the project and it will automatically go live on the start date you've selected.
If an offering hasn't reached it's funding goal by the end of a funding round, the offering will close, and committed funds will be refunded. If you have directly received any funds, you should issue refunds within 10 business days.