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Is the information in the Memorandum or offering literature private? Can the public view it?

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Is the information in the Memorandum or offering literature private? Can the public view it?

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The offering literature of memorandum is public information. The department will consider a request by the filer to withhold certain infomation such as trade secrets.

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The offering literature of memorandum is public information. The department will consider a request by the filer to withhold certain infomation such as trade secrets. • Question: If I get confirmation that my filing was received on a certain date, but not reviewed, can I go ahead and do business? Answer: By statute, registrations are filed when received. However upon review, if the filing is incomplete, it may not be considered filed. • Question: If I paid the lower fee of $300 when registering for the minimum offering amount ($500 thousand or less), and later increase the offering amount over $500 thousand, do I refile? Do I pay $1,200 or $900 dollars? Are there any additional fees? Answer: If the combined new offering now totals more then five hundred thousand dollars, then an additional nine hundred dollars must be paid. There is no need to file a new form, but please send a letter and explain the details. In addition, a further state notice with a fee of $75 must be sent to the Sec

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