Applauds Senate Republicans For Keeping JOBS Act Bill In Tact; Plans Official Website Launch After Bill is Passed

Share Article plans to launch a noncrowdfunding website for entrepreneurs and investors immediately after Congress approves H.R. 3606, the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act, which allows small businesses to use the internet to seek funding. sent thank you emails and tweets to several Republican Senators, including John Cornyn of Texas, Mitch McConnell of Kentucky and Johnny Isakson of Georgia for their support of H.R. 3606, the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act, which has a provision that allows small businesses to use the internet to seek funding. contacted the Senators because the bill was kept in its original form as the Senate Republicans did not allow any amendments or a substitute bill to be offered. The bill was passed overwhelmingly in the U.S. House of Representatives and has support from President Barack Obama.

“We were very happy that the Republican Senators stood their ground for the House version of the bill”, said founder Lisa A. Lamb, “We want the bill to pass as quickly as possible. Our goal is to help entrepreneurs find funding for their businesses so that they can hire workers and get the economy back on track.” will allow entrepreneurs and small businesses the opportunity to reach investors with advertisements and video pitching. offers a traditional approach to fund seeking by entrepreneurs that has been banned by the Securities and Exchange Commission for many years.

“We at actually disapprove of the popular crowdfunding portion of the bill which will only make the crowdfunding websites themselves wealthy from the double digit percentage commissions they charge from campaigns", says Lamb, "Allowing entrepreneurs to advertise over the the Internet is the true gem of the JOBS Act. supports traditional entrepreneur and investor interaction through nondisclosure agreements and we don't charge commission fees" will be officially launched after the JOBS Act passes the Senate and President Obama signs the bill into law.    


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