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Video Transcript

The final question here we often get after someone learns about AcreTrader or farmland investing is, “Am I ready to invest? Could you just check my account real quick?” Three things that you could do would be to set up your wallet, verify your identity.

  1. So setting up your wallet would be just linking a bank account.

Again, you do not need to transfer funds into your wallet in order to invest. You can, but you do not have to, you can initiate the exact amount you're investing during that investment process.

  1. You can complete your account verification. If it's not completed, you'll see this “Fill out ID verification info” flag within your user dashboard.

  2. And lastly, add us to your content, your address book. We do have pretty high deliverability for our e-mails, but every once in awhile we’ll hear that it was flagged in the promotions folder or something. If you have Gmail, you can add us, create a contact with explore@acretrader; you can do the same thing with Outlook.

You can also select the e-mail that we sent you yesterday announcing this webinar, and say, “Filter messages like these” and mark as “important” or “never send to spam,” anything like that. Just to make sure that you are kept aware of the offerings as they become available.

This video is a segment of a longer introductory webinar covering farmland as an investment, how AcreTrader works, and common questions asked by new investors. You can view the webinar in its entirety, or go to the next video in the series.

Note: The information above is not intended as investment advice. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. For additional risk disclosures regarding farmland investing and the risks of investing on AcreTrader, please see individual farm offering pages as well as our terms and conditions.

Michael Iseman

Media & Investor Education

Michael leads AcreTrader's media and investor education initiatives. Previously, he served as the Chief Relationship Officer for Startup Junkie. He holds a degree in Finance from the University of Arkansas.