Thanks for your interest in the Wefunder investment campaign which is being offered on Honeycomb, below is some information about both companies and the crowdfunding campaign.

 

What is Honeycomb?

Honeycomb is an investment crowdfunding platform that primarily focuses on helping independently-owned small businesses to borrow fair growth capital loans from their own customers, fans, and community members.

Honeycomb Credit is the parent company and owner of Honeycomb Portal, a FINRA and SEC-registered Funding Portal.

 

What is Wefunder?

Wefunder helps everyone invest as little as $100 in the startups they love. Think of it like “Kickstarter for investing”. Unlike Kickstarter, you are not buying a product or donating to an artist. Instead, you are investing in a business with the hope of earning a return. The investor decides which companies are worthy of funding. If the business does well, investors may make money.  If it doesn’t do well, there is a chance to lose all your money. Either way, you join a community of other investors who seek to help the startup succeed. Sometimes, companies offer neat perks, too. 

Why are Wefunder and Honeycomb working together?

Under U.S. Securities Rules, registered Funding Portals may not be able to run campaigns for themselves.  To remove any potential conflict of interest, Wefunder is offering their campaign through Honeycomb, an unaffiliated Funding Portal.

Wefunder and Honeycomb share a vision for a more democratic investment future where anyone can invest in businesses they love.  Because of this alignment, when Wefunder decided to run a Regulation Crowdfunding campaign, they selected Honeycomb as their host.

 

Why does the Wefunder campaign page look different than other Honeycomb campaign pages?

Specifically for this campaign, Honeycomb has licensed technology from Wefunder to make the user experience more familiar for existing Wefunder clients looking to invest in the Wefunder campaign.

 

My login information for the Wefunder investment isn’t working on www.honeycombcredit.com, what’s going on?

When you register for a Honeycomb account through the Wefunder website, it may take up to 72 hours for the information to be logged at www.honeycombcredit.com, when your account is created you will need to set a separate password.  If you would like to explore other investment opportunities you can simply register separately at www.honeycombcredit.com without waiting.

 

My Honeycomb login information isn’t working for the Wefunder investment, what’s going on?

Because the checkout process for the Wefunder campaign is slightly different, you will need to register your account again at honeycomb.wefunder.com/wefunder.  Your password will be unique across the two sites.
 

I’ve made an investment in Wefunder through Honeycomb, how can I view my investment?

For investments in Wefunder, you can access your dashboard by visiting honeycomb.wefunder.com/wefunder.

If you have additional questions, you can reach Honeycomb Credit Investor Support by emailing info@honeycombcredit.com

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