The 4-step Guide to invest in Sagoon
The investment process is very simple. Just click the ‘Invest Now’ button and complete the following steps. Please pay attention to our ‘tips’ while you are filling out the investment form.
1st Step Enter Name, Email Address, Investing As and Payment Option
2nd Step Enter Name, Country, Street Address, City, Email and DOB
3rd Step Enter your Annual Income and Net Worth
4th Step Type your Signature
5th Step (when using a
Credit Card) Type your Credit Card details
6th Step (when using a
Credit Card) Credit Card acceptance information
- All investors globally can use a Credit or a Debit Card (Visa and Master) to Invest in Sagoon
- International investors can also select the Wire payment option and complete the investment form. They will receive an email with escrow account information. Then, they have to go to their bank and show the subscription agreement and escrow account information. The banker will help them to wire money (transfer money) to the escrow account.
- If you are in the US, you can also pay by ACH (electronically transfer the money). For this, you will need your bank account and routing numbers. US residents can also send checks or wire the money
What happens after you send money?
- Your money will be deposited in the Prime Trust’s escrow account
- You will receive an email about the amount you committed and the actual amount you invested. (the entire process will take 3-10 business days, depending upon the payment method you chose)
- Your investment clearance process will start, which includes money laundering check and bad actors check, among other things. (the entire process will take 3-5 weeks)
- After the successful completion of the investment clearance process, Sagoon will receive the money from Prime Trust (escrow account)
- Sagoon will issue you a share certificate, which will be emailed to you. Please note, you should have a valid email address to receive the "Ceremonial" share certificate. Our transfer agent will record your name as a shareholder. These records are "book entry" which means you do not receive a share certificate.