Equity

How can you prove you actually have equity in the company?

Jae Lee Chief Architect at Bambee, ex-CTO of Processing.com, Advisor/Mentor to Various Startups

December 6th, 2016

Hi, I worked on an MVP for 2% of equity on a certain company. Once done, I've signed a couple docs for the equity agreement but it's been over 3 months now and I still haven't received anything in the mail. I don't have access to lawyers so just asking here in case any of you know more about this.

Also, when signing the contract, it read in bold that you need to have completed the purchase of the shares (at the time $15) before the date on paper, but the date have already past. The founder of the company said don't worry about it so I took it for his word.

I know the founder and I'm pretty sure he won't pull off anything shady but does any of this seem right to you?

Chris Gorges Managing Director, Infinia Group // Founder, Biddlist

December 6th, 2016

Ask the founder which of these options they use, and ask for your records.

https://www.capshare.com/blog/3-ways-to-issue-paperless-or-electronic-stock-certificates/