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Our Fund is Registered with The Securities & Exchange Commission

In case you’re wondering where the money for investment in our Venture Capital fund comes from and if investing in the fund might be a good idea for you, here’s how it works.

Our fund is registered with the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC). That means our fund is a private equity fund, and you can invest in it with retirement or non-retirement funds. Business Loans In Amarillo

The minimum investment is $10,000. You have constant, private, online access to view how the fund is performing, request distributions, or reinvest your returns. Loan Agency In Amarillo

If you would like information about investing in the fund, please feel free to call or email. We can provide you with a full investment package and disclosure, detailing management structure, rates of return, etc.

*Investments managed by Amarillo Venture Capital Inc.

Contact With Us

https://www.amarilloventurecapital.com/
Chase Tower, 600 S Tyler St #1505, Amarillo, Texas 79101, United States +1 (806) 331 5111 amarilloventurecapital@gmail.com

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