1. Review Offering Documents: Offering documents are provided for you to make an informed investment decision.
2. Provide your investment information: First, let us know how much you'd like to invest, then provide information to verify your identity and accreditation status.
3. Provide your funding information: Funds may be transferred via ACH (Electronic Debit), Wire, or IRA (Individual Retirement Account). For direct debit, have your bank routing and account numbers handy. For IRA funding, have your self-directed IRA account information available.
4. Check your email and sign documents: After providing us with the information we need, we'll send you some important documents to complete your investment.
Q. Do I need to be an accredited investor to invest in this offering?
A. Yes. For individual investors, an accredited investor is one who has demonstrated an annual income of $200,000 or a combined annual income of $300,000 with a spouse, for the last two years with an expectation of earning the same or higher income in the current year. A person is also considered an accredited investor if he or she has a net worth exceeding $1 million, either individually or jointly with a spouse, not inclusive of the primary residence value. Prior accredited investor verifications that are more than 3 months old will require re-verification for compliance purposes.
Q. Can I invest through my IRA?
A. Yes. If you choose to invest through your IRA, the names on all of the investment paperwork must reflect that account. As such, most IRA providers will title the account something along the lines of “XYZ IRA fbo (investor name)”. All documents must be titled appropriately for the investment to be approved.
Q. How do I accept my shares?
A. After you complete all of the necessary steps to invest in Knightscope, you will receive an email from Carta, our SEC-registered Transfer Agent. When you receive your email, you will be prompted to accept your shares.
Q. Is Knightscope a public company, and where can I find out more information about the Company?
A. No, Knightscope is a private company and its stock is not freely tradable. The Company does file certain periodic reports with the SEC under Regulation A of the Securities Act of 1933, which are available on the EDGAR website and which provide additional information about the Company, including its financial statements. These filings may be found here.
Q. If I reside outside of the United States can I still invest?
A. International investors please contact us at email@example.com with the amount in $USD you are considering and your country of origin.