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To participate in Curativly's private placement (investment), you must be an accredited investor. Below are a list of conditions required from individuals to be an accredited Investor: An accredited investor is a person or
a legal entity (like a financial institution or a corporation) who is allowed to participate in investments not registered with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The rule is meant to help prove investors have
the sophistication and means to invest in potentially riskier investments, as well as weather any losses. According to the SEC, an individual accredited investor is anyone who either: Earned income of more than $200,000
(or $300,000 together with a spouse) in each of the last two years and reasonably expects to earn the same for the current year, or Has a net worth over $1 million, either individually or together with a spouse (excluding
the value of a primary residence). By Clicking Here I Certified that I understand the SEC requires for being an Accredited Investors and certify that I meet these requirements. I authorize a member of Curativly's management
team to contact me for the purpose of discussing an investment In Curativly: