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Investing with Crowdberry support poses risks to investors, including the risk of losing the entire investment. The investor should not invest more money than they can afford to lose without changing their standard of living. It is explicitly not recommended to invest the borrowed money. The value of the investment fluctuates and no guarantee can be given of its recovery or return. Any Crowdberry-supported investment should be perceived as a long-term illiquid investment. Investor's receivables to the Companies are unsecured and are subordinate to the claims of all creditors. The ability of an investor to sell their stake in a company will depend on the will of a potential bidder to buy a share at a reasonable price, which may be difficult for the investor because there is no relevant secondary market for such shares. Companies (start-ups) rarely pay dividends (shares on profit) because they need the capital for their development. No one should rely on past performance as an indicator or a guarantee of future performance. Predictions are not a reliable indicator of future performance. Investments made by an investor through Crowdberry can potentially be diluted, meaning that the shares of the original investors will be reduced by the entry of another investor into the company, although their value may increase. Investing in companies should be a part of a diversified portfolio of an experienced investor. This means that the investor should rather invest only smaller amounts into several companies than one larger amount into one or two companies. At the same time, everyone should consider investing in companies as an asset class only as the risky part of their total investments and invested capital and should invest most of their finances in safer and more liquid assets.

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