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WE CAN TAKE YOUR COMPANY PUBLIC, WHATEVER ITS BUSINESS:
Go Public Direct – Without a Public Shell Reverse Merger: Less Expensive & Safer. Works for marijuana companies too, regardless of what anyone tells you.
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Want to know about how a cannabis related company can go public? Read on:
YOUR CANNABIS MARIJUANA COMPANY SHOULD GO PUBLIC THE RIGHT WAY
If you have a company in the cannabis/marijuana related industry, you know the value of taking your company public right now.
We urge you: Don’t rush your decision as to how to take your company public.
YOU CAN TAKE YOUR COMPANY PUBLIC DIRECT AVOIDING THE PITFALLS OF A PUBLIC SHELL REVERSE MERGER TRANSACTION
We are proud to announce that we have just cleared SEC review and comments on a registered offering on Form S-1 for a company with an ancillary cannabis/marijuana business line.
This filing is significant for both our firm and our client in that, according to our client, his is the first company having a possible ancillary business model for cannabis to go public and obtain a Ticker Symbol using a Go Public Direct model S-1 filing with the SEC. Thus, through this filing, we have just disproved a common public shell reverse merger myth. Again.
BUSTING THE MYTH
So here’s the myth being promoted by many shell purveyors for companies having a direct or possible ancillary business model for cannabis: Because marijuana is illegal under federal law, the SEC will not clear a registration statement for a marijuana related company. So the myth goes that the only way for a marijuana related company to go public is to buy their public shells and go public using a “tried-and-true” reverse merger instead. After all, they will say, all currently trading marijuana related companies have gone public only through a reverse merger. Don’t take your chances with the SEC, they will say.
Our filing proves that THIS MYTH IS SIMPLY NOT TRUE, even when some try make this myth more attractive, sweetening the pot [so to speak] by telling these companies that all reverse merger legal services are included in the shell price, a practice frowned upon by many securities attorneys.
WHY GO PUBLIC DIRECT?
Our Client explained why he took his company public with a Go Public Direct filing with the SEC. “Having been involved with public companies for years, I know very well all the problems of reverse mergers with public shells. I mean, look at CANN as an example in our industry. I would never go that route and would strongly advise any company, particularly companies having a direct or possible ancillary business model for cannabis, to reconsider and go public through a direct filing like we did.”
He continued, “I feel much safer going forward having had Michael Williams of the Williams Securities Law Firm act as our SEC counsel to shepherd us through the direct filing process. As a result of Mr. Williams’ work, we have the advantage of an in-depth SEC review of our filing before going public. This is a tremendous benefit to us as all future SEC filings we are required to make will be based upon a filing that the SEC has fully reviewed. We don’t have to guess what the SEC might think about our disclosure after we are public, and the potential problems that could bring. We know, as they told us in the review process. Plus we avoided unnecessary high cost as well as all of the potential attendant problems with a public shell that we might have discovered after a reverse merger closed.
We look forward to continuing to work with Mr. Williams on all SEC reporting and compliance matters in the future.”
YES WE CANN – NOT!
What could possibly go wrong by having your cannabis, or any other company, use a public shell reverse merger to go public, rather than going public with a direct S-1 filing with the SEC, the way Indoor Harvest choose to go public?” you may ask.
I suggest you go ask the poor principals of Advanced Cannabis, a cannabis company that unwisely choose to go public through a public shell reverse merger. Although Advanced Cannabis and its principals had done nothing wrong, the prior owners of the shell allegedly engaged in improper trading activities after the reverse merger closed, resulting in the SEC’s suspending trading in CANN.
Can a public shell reverse merger actually be the death of your company? Just look at CANN’s status on the OTC Markets today: the skull and crossbones – the death of the company,
That’s why a direct filing is our preferred method of taking our client companies public.
WE DO REVERSE MERGERS TOO
If you have your heart set on using a public shell reverse merger to take your company public, we do that too. But if you are going to go public that way, don’t you think it would be better to have someone like me, a former SEC Enforcement Attorney with almost 40 years in the securities business rather than relying on someone possibly in league with the shell purveyor?
Even if you go the public shell reverse merger route, you can reduce the possibility of being “CANNed” if you hire our firm to represent you.
Our recent cleared SEC filing for a cannabis/marijuana related company is just another example of the nature and quality of going public services we provide.
We’d love to do the same for you!