Got a question about Crafty Elk?
Here are answers to everyone’s burning questions.
You have to complete a share purchase agreement and mail it in to our legal team with your investment – bank cheque or money order is fine.
You need to be a Canadian resident over the age of 18 years to buy the shares.
Our “Equity for the People” program is the only way of investing in Crafty Elk at the moment. There are a limited number of shares currently available.
It is your responsibility to determine if “Equity for the People” is the right investment for you. As with all investments there are some inherent risks and only you can determine if this is a suitable investment for you.
No, these are private equity shares. You are investing in Crafty Elk which is not listed on the Canadian Stock Exchange or any other stock exchange (in Canada or any other jurisdiction).
Shares cost $1.25 cents each, and the minimum investment amount is $3,000 Canadian Dollars.
The minimum investment is 2,400 shares for $3,000 Canadian Dollars. To help maximize participation, we may limit the maximum investment to $10,000 Canadian Dollars per investor, under the offering memorandum exemption.
Our service is free to investors. However, you may incur certain bank fees or charges when transferring your investment proceeds to us.
We intend to provide access to exclusive discounts in our online shop, as well as a heap of other cool benefits. More information will follow!
Investing under the Offering Memorandum exemption is only open to Canadian residents.
However, you may still be able to invest if you live outside of Canada. We will just have to ask you some further questions to determine if you are eligible to participate. So, if you fall under this category, just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with a telephone number and we will call you back!
If you have already bought shares in Crafty Elk, you can always buy more and increase your shareholding. As long as you invest with the same address and tax identification number as your previous shareholding, we will collate your share purchase when you invest, and add your new investment to your existing shareholding.
The Equity for the People offer has been prepared in accordance with applicable Canadian securities laws. We have retained legal counsel and accountants in Canada to help us prepare our Offering Memorandum.
We do not share your name or contact information with anyone except with Crafty Elk Directors and employees, Crafty Elk’s legal representatives and the regulatory authorities.