You are likely reading this article if one of two things happened:
- You received an email from us letting you know that your accreditation status with Wunder is about to expire.
- You are trying to submit a follow-on investment with Wunder and you’re being asked to verify your accreditation status again.
While you may have verified your accreditation status and committed an investment with Wunder Capital in the past, your verified status does expire after a specified amount of time, per SEC guidelines. This will not affect any investments that you have already placed with us, but you will need to re-verify your accreditation status if you want to place any new investments.
I am accredited based on Income
If you verified your accreditation status based off of your income, your verified status will remain valid through the calendar year in which the verification took place. If you would like to make a new investment within the specified calendar year, you may do so without re-verifying your status. Any investments made after the specified calendar year will require the re-verification of your accreditation status.
I am accredited based on Assets
If you verified your accreditation status based off of your assets, your verified status will remain valid for three months. This 3-month period starts on the date found on the oldest dated accreditation documentation used for verification purposes. If you would like to make a new investment within the specified three months, you may do so without re-verifying your status. Any investments made after the specified three months will require re-verification of your accreditation status.
How to re-verify?
If your accreditation status has expired and you’re looking to place another investment with Wunder, the process is simple, easy, and may seem familiar! Within Wunder’s online investment process, you’ll be prompted to verify your accreditation status by uploading supporting documentation. You can learn about the verification process here and what documents can be used here.