What is an acceptable 3rd-Party Accreditation Attestation?

In order to invest with Wunder, you do need to be an accredited investor. Within Wunder’s online investment process you will need to verify your accreditation status, either by uploading supporting documentation or by providing a signed 3rd-party accreditation attestation letter. Rather than collecting and uploading multiple financial statements, many investors choose to provide a signed 3rd-party accreditation attestation letter.

To keep things simple we have a templated attestation letter that you can have a licensed 3rd party (e.g., your CPA, attorney, investment advisor, or investment broker) execute. It should only require a minute of their time and they will not need to make any guarantees or provide any supporting documentation. Please note that this letter must be signed by a third party as we cannot accept self-attestations.

  • If you are accredited on the basis of Assets, download the third party accreditation attestation letter here.
  • If you are accredited on the basis of Income, download the third party accreditation attestation letter here.
  • You can find the 3rd-party accreditation attestation letters for Companies here and Trusts here.
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