Benefits of Crowdfunding

Crowdfunding is a new face of innovation that has been endorsed both by the new creators and the investors. Entrepreneurs can thrive and everyone can participate quickly and easily to a new venture from its very early stages.
In this way, this alternative model of finance encourages the “ordinary” people to try a new business approach. In general, crowdfunding is now assumed as a viable investment vehicle that fosters economic growth globally offering new jobs and opportunities to its parties


The Mission for Pay 4 Helps

It is our passion to empower our customers in their pursuit of immediate and long-term goals via guidance, ground-breaking technology and an unwavering commitment to building relationships that deliver results. Help the People help the nation.

The Vision for Pay 4 Helps

Our vision is to have Pay4helps fulfill its destiny – to become the definitive resource for accurate, factual and unbiased information within the MLM industry. Large or small, we will assist all leaders serious in their pursuit of building an ethical and successful person.


Current Legal Status of Crowdfunding.

Under current U.S. federal law, the sale of securities to the public as an investment is regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and it is illegal to receive a payback on an investment unless the company is approved by the SEC.
In 2012, the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act became law, and one of the key provisions was to instruct the SEC to find ways to exempt crowdfunding from some of the more onerous provisions that restrict access to funds from non-registered securities offerings by non-accredited investors. The SEC has yet to issue its work (July 2013).
Yes, it is. With platforms providing top-notch crowdfunding services in India to NGOs and individuals, crowdfunding is very much legal. However, it is the kind of crowdfunding that puts the law under question. SEBI’s consultation paper on crowdfunding released in 2014, recognizes 4 kinds of crowdfunding models: Social lending/Donation crowdfunding, Rewards crowdfunding, Equity Crowdfunding and Peer-to-Peer Lending. While the first two (donation and rewards) are clubbed under community crowdfunding, the latter two (Equity and P2P Lending) fall under Financial Return crowdfunding (which is a point of contention). Let’s break down each kind of crowdfunding and its legal implications in India.