It's widely known that the money you need to start & expand a business is provided based on a certified funding agreement.
Notary Funding provides professional services and expertise to many funding sources, such as lenders, venture capital firms and angel investors who provide the capital, the money entrepreneurs need in order to start or develop their businesses.
Notary Funding is highly-qualified in finance and has the legal authority to verify and certify funding agreements in order to make them legally valid.
Based on a certified funding agreement, the entrepreneurs can access the capital they need.
Most venture capital firms, lenders, angel investors, along with numerous other types of funding sources provide money to entrepreneurs only if there is a certified funding agreement.
Funding Agreement Certification Procedure
FIRST STEP - Verification of All Parties Involved in the Funding Agreement
The funding source must provide complete information related to the parties of the funding agreement.
Notary Funding reserves the right to request additional information related to any or all of the parties at its sole discretion, as it considers necessary, without any obligation to provide a reason or explanation.
If the provided information is considered incomplete, Notary Funding reserves the right to reject confirmation of the first step.
If the provided information is considered to be sufficient by Notary Funding, the first step is passed.
To complete the first step and get all of the parties involved in the funding agreement verified, contact us at email@example.com and, depending on the work volume, we'll let you know the cost.
SECOND STEP - Funding Agreement Verification
The funding source must submit the draft funding agreement based on which they intend to provide funds to the beneficiary.
After the preliminary verification, Notary Funding reserves the right to request whatever changes it considers necessary, without any obligation to provide an explanation.
The funding source must make all of the requested changes and sumbit the second version of the draft funding agreement (this procedure may be requested multiple times, until a proper draft funding agreement is reached).
To complete the second step and verify the funding agreement, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and, depending on the work volume, we'll let you know the cost.
FINAL STEP - Funding Agreement Certification
When ready, the funding source can submit the draft funding agreement to be certified in order for the beneficiary of funds to access the money.
Notary Funding shall verify the draft funding agreement and, if it considers necesarry, at its sole discretion, without any obligation to provide a reason or explanation, it may ask for changes or may reject certification.
If Notary Funding considers the draft acceptable after verification, the funding agreement shall be certified.
To complete the final step and certify the funding agreement, contact us at email@example.com and, depending on the work volume, we'll let you know the cost.
Register to apply for funding agreement certification.
Banks, angel investors, investment funds, lenders, private equity firms, investment bankers, real estate investors, venture capital firms, along with other diversified funding sources that need their funding agreements certified must apply for registration below.