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04/29/2011

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Tommy

Ashley, thanks for the headsup regarding adwebix.com. My only concern is how many real fully-accredited investors are registered. It has been my experience to there are far too many venture capital brokers joining these sites. In the vast majority of cases, none of them are registered securities brokers, so they are operating in violation of SEC broker rules.

Ashley

Very interesting reading, thank you for the article.

Related, startups and entrepreneurs seeking funding, business loans and other resources for their business might also want to join http://www.adwebix.com - a leading online service connecting entrepreneurs with investors.

Members can post funding request ads, create profiles, source early stage investment deals, get more exposure, contact other members and more.

It's free and easy to use.

Best regards,
Ashley.

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