Entrex's TIGRcub® Details:

Pursuant to our Patent, Entrex works with leading marketing professionals to provide a simple, secure, and tradable security for investors, issuers and their brokers.
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Legal Agreements

Entrex Licensing Agreement --

For complete licensing agreement click here.

Exhibit 1 click here: The Licensing Marks of Entrex

Exhibit 2 click here: Trademark Usage Guidelines of Licensing Marks

Exhibit 3 click here: TIGRcub® Fee Schedule

Exhibit 4 click here: SEC - FORM D Filing

Exhibit 5 click here: Placement Agent Engagement Agreement

Exhibit 6 click here: Entrex Market Index - "Sidecar" Investment Option

Exhibit 7 click here: Electronic Trading Rights Agreement for Entrex TIGRcubs®

Exhibit 8 click here: Entrex TIGRcub® Trading Restrictions

Exhibit 9 click here: Due Diligence Example Documentation

Exhibit 10 click here: Entrex Capital Markets, LLC. Know Your Customer (KYC) Form

Exhibit 11 click here: Responsibilies of the Originating Agent

Entrex Capital Markets, LLC. Engagement Agreement --

For complete engagement agreement click here.

Entrex Capital Markets, LLC. Fee Sharing Agreement --

For complete fee sharing agreement click here.
 

Transaction

Entrex Mutual Non-Disclosure Agreement --

Entrex historically received up to 18 inquiries a day from intermediaries. Our team understands the confidentiality of business - this is the business we are in. Over 15 years we have never had anyone raise confidentiality concerns. Due to the volume of inquiries, and the legal costs of checking and complying to various NDA's, we will execute our document only. We believe that it is fair for all parties involved.
For complete non-disclosure agreement
click here.

Confidential Offering Memorandum (COM) --

A confidential offering memorandum (COM) is a legal document provided to prospective investors when selling the TIGRcub® Security. It is sometimes referred to as an offering memorandum or offering document. A COM is used in transactions when the securities, like the TIGRcub®, are not registered under applicable federal or state law, but rather sold using one of the exemptions (Reg D) from registration. The COM describes the company selling the securities, the terms of the offering, and the risks of the investment, amongst other things. The disclosures included in the COM vary depending on the target investors, and the complexity of the terms of the offering.

TIGRcub® Security Promissory Note Payment & Servicing Agreement (Example Loan Agreement) --

For complete example loan agreement click here.

TIGRcub® Subscription Agreement (Example Agreement) --

For complete example subsciption agreement click here.

TIGRcub® ACH Agreement (Example Agreement) --

For complete example ACH agreement click here.

TIGRcub® Funds Distribution Agreement (Example Agreement) --

For complete example funds distribution agreement click here.
 

Security Payment

TIGRcub® Interest Payments --

TIGRcubs® Interest Payments are paid to investors on a Monthly basis pursuant to the payment terms described in each TIGRcub® Offering. On the 15th Day of the month an Issuers "Declaration of Revenues" is due to Entrex. This establishes the prior months revenues and calculates if any payment is due to Investors. These revenue figures are distributed internally as well as provided to Market Data Aggregators to distribute to investors and insert in their NPV calculators to allow Bond Traders to price TIGRcubs®. On the 20th Day of the month the designated payment is due and payable to the Payment Agent. Two (2) business days after receipt of the payment from the Issuers the Payment Agent distributes, on a proportional basis if sold, the payment to each TIGRcub® Certificate owners. Each payment Agent deducts fees (averaging $2.50 per check sent) to TIGRcub® Owners via USPS or ACH if distributed to Broker House Account.

Default Provision --

In an effort to minimize TIGRcub® Issuer Defaults Entrex, through its Payment and Service Affiliate shall perform the following tasks:
1.) On the 15th day of the month an email is forwarded to the Payment Designee to provide prior months Revenue.
This includes a reminder that the payment is due on the the 20th day of the month.
2.) On the 19th day of the month an email is provided to the Issuer requesting the designated funds, as calculated pursuant to the TIGRcub® Offering Memorandum.
3.) On the 20th day of the month the expected payment should be received.
4.) Two Business Days post "non-receipt" an email is forwarded to the TIGRcub® Issuer requesting payment Status.
5.) Five Business Days post 'non-receipt" a phone call is made to the TIGRcub® Issuer's designee requesting payment Status.
6.) Continual phone calls or dialog are made to request payment status for a month.
7.) After one month of non-payment a certified default letter is sent to the Issuer's designee.
8.) If after two months of non payment a payment or payment plan is not provided, nor acceptable to the Payment and Servicing Agent, the Issuer shall be forwarded to Legal Affiliate to provide customary collections process pursuant to the rights and warranties provided in the TIGRcub Offering.
Fees for Default Services. pursuant to the Payment and Servicing Agent Agreement, will be deducted from receipts.
 
 
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