No. While we undertake due diligence to ensure the company is exactly what it says it is, we do not make judgements about whether it is a good business and cannot advise on what investors should (or shouldn’t) invest in. However, we do curate the platform and won’t allow any business that is participating in illegal or unethical activity, or which we do not believe is going to appeal to investors, to raise funds on the platform.
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