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Setup & Transaction Fees Pricing

Setup & Transaction Pricing
Sprowtt Portal Access (Includes Multimedia Access) $250/mo
Escrow Setup (one-time per offering) $500
Escrow Bank Account Fee $50/mo
Escrow review accounting Fee for each escrow closing (Prepared by 3rd party CPA) $350
Invest-Now Button One-time Setup $500
Transaction Fees (per completed investment) $20 Each
Investor New worth Accrediation check (Prepared by 3rd party Attorney) $50 Each
Wires (US / Int'l) $15 / $35 Each
ACH Exceptions $5 Each
AML Checks $5 Each
Comprehensive Bad Actor Checks - each (Provided by 3rd party) $150 Each


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As a former SEC branch chief and litigator currently in the private practice of securities law, I am impressed by Sprowtt’s proprietary, over-compliant, platform which makes offerings safer to conduct and safer to invest in. I am also impressed by Sprowtt's regulatory compliance mindset and its attitude of investor protection and avoidance of shortcuts.
Russell C. Weigel, InvestmentAttorneys Coral Gables, Florida
Having practiced securities law for over 30 years, I recommend Sprowtt to our firm’s clients for both private placement and crowdfunding offerings based on the system’s automated and superior compliance features. Our firm recommends Sprowtt for the compliance advantages it gives to both issuer and investor, and for the tracking and traceability it provides.
Ronald Vance, Attorneys at Law Higley & Associates, P.C.
Investors invest startups for their intellectual property teams or productlines. Companies need to protect themselves from IP pirates. Sprowtt enables the company to track who is receipt of its ideas and plans. Sprowtt creates a record of sharring information. I recommend Sprowtt for all its Platform features and its ability to notify investors. A company should protect its IP prior to making it public.
Brian C. KunzlerFounder of Kunzler Law Group