Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

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Introduction

Otherwise when explicitly stated, definitions used in the Terms of Service shall apply equally to this Privacy Policy.

Your privacy is of greatest importance and we at Angelr take it seriously. This Privacy Policy describes Angelr’s policies and procedures on the collection, use and disclosure of personal information when using the Angelr Platform. The information submitted to Angelr will be used primarily for the purpose of creating a high quality dealflow of Start-ups to investors. Any information received is necessary to provide a level of certainty of intent and to maximize credibility. Angelr will not use or share personal information with anyone except as described in this Privacy Policy.

Personal information that will be provided may include e-mail address and name. We may use e-mail addresses to send information related to the Angelr Platform.

Angelr guarantees that no other Investor User will have access to your personal information on the Angelr Platform, such as e-mail address and/or name.

Partner Sites - Angelr provides links to third party sponsors. These sponsors are independent of this site and regulated by their own policies and procedures. Angelr does not share customer details with any third parties.

Investor Users have the right to access information held about such Investor User once a year. Investor Users who wish to exercise such may contact Angelr at [email protected]

Risks

Otherwise when explicitly stated, definitions used in the Terms of Service shall apply equally to this segment about Risk.

Every Investor User should be aware that investments made in Start-ups featured on the Angelr Platform, like most investments, involve a high degree of risk. There is no assurance that a Start-up’s objectives will be achieved or that an Investor User will achieve return on the investment.

Risks of investing in Start-ups

Investment in Start-ups involves a high degree of risk. The proposed return of the Start-up may never be realized. Loss of an Investor User’s entire investment is always a possibility. Additionally, the time of the potential return is uncertain. Below are some of the common risks associated with investing in Start-ups.

The risks of investing in technologies

The value of the investment in a Start-up may be susceptible to changes in the technology of the Start-up. Some of the risks include that the technology may become obsolete, scarcity of future employees with adequate training, the problems such as lawsuits related to patents and intellectual property, and exposure to government regulation.

Changing economic conditions

The success of any investment is to some degrees determined by general economic conditions. The availability of external credit markets, equity markets and other economic systems which an individual Start-up may depend upon may have a negative impact on a Start-up’s operations and profitability. The stability of economic conditions may be affected by unpredictable events such as terrorism and acts of war. Changing economic conditions could potentially, and frequently do, adversely impact the valuation of portfolio holdings.

Future and past performance

The past performance of a Start-up or its management is not predictive of a Start-up’s future results. There can be no assurance that targeted results will be achieved. Difficulty of valuing Start-up investments It is difficult to determine objective values for any Start-up. In addition to determine the magnitude of risk or the likelihood that a Start-up will be a success, it is hard to value an Investor User’s investment due to the lack of a readily available market for a Start-up’s securities.

Minority investments

If the Investor User invests a minority stake in a Start-up, which is most often the case, such minority stake will have neither the control characteristics of majority stakes nor the valuation premiums accorded majority or controlling stakes.

Lack of information for monitoring and valuing Start-ups

The Investor User may not be able to obtain all the information it would want regarding a particular Start-up, on a timely basis or at all. As a result, an Investor User may not have accurate information about a Start-up’s current value.

No assurance of additional capital for Start-ups

After an Investor User has invested in a Start-up, continued development and marketing of the Start-up’s products or services, or other needs, may require that it obtain additional financing. Such additional financing may not be available on favourable terms, or at all.

Absence of liquidity and public markets

Since an Investor User’s investments generally are private, illiquid holdings, there will be no public markets for the securities.

Tax risks

There are some tax risks associated with investing in Start-ups and you should consult your tax advisor about the consequences of purchasing equity securities of a Start-up.

Confidential information

Certain information regarding the Start-up may be highly confidential. Competitors may benefit from such information if it is ever made public and that could result in adverse economic consequences for the Investor User.

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