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Crowdcube Registration Questions

When you register with Crowdcube, there is a process to follow and a few questions to answer before you can pledge your investment. The steps are:

  1. Register and verify your email – Simply add your name, basic details and email address, then check your emails to verify. (Check your spam email folder)
  2. Once verified you will have a few investor questions, to ensure you are fully aware that your capital is at risk, and that investing in early stage companies comes with risk.

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  • Most start ups fail, and in this instance you will not receive your investment back.
  • Additionally it is worth understanding that you will not be able to sell your shares until the company is sold or floats on a stock market.
  • The capital you invest is at risk.

Why is Outt crowdfunding?

Great question, we are ultimately a people based business with technology. We help people find short and long term work. So it seemed fitting that we gave the same people the opportunity to get involved, and have a say on our future. We would love you to join us and jump on board.

Why did you choose Crowdcube?

We partnered with Crowdcube to manage the process from start to finish, they are FCA registered to for your protection. The investment process makes it simple for you to own shares in Europe’s hottest high-growth businesses from just £10.

What is EIS?

This investment has advance assurance for EIS. You can find more information about EIS here. Investors can claim 30% of their investment back in income tax relief.

The availability of any tax relief, including EIS and SEIS, depends on the individual circumstances of each investor and of the company concerned, and may be subject to change in the future. If you are in any doubt about the availability of any tax reliefs, or the tax treatment of your investment, you should obtain independent tax advice before proceeding with your investment.

Can I sell my shares?

Outt Limited is a private company, which means it doesn’t trade on a stock exchange. This means you can only sell Outt Limited shares when a ‘liquidity event’ occurs. A liquidity event occurs when the company is sold or chooses to list on a stock exchange. To make a return, Outt Limited would need to enter a ‘liquidity event’ where its shares are valued at a higher value than when you invested, making you a return on your investment. Please be aware, investments of this nature carry risks to your capital.

Additionally, Crowdcube has recently announced their secondary market offering, Cubex. Meaning that in the future, there may be the option to sell your shares using Cubex before Outt Limited enters a liquidity event.