Freedom Motors Investment Opportunities
Although Freedom Motors is no longer accepting investments through StartEngine, we are excited to offer select investment opportunities here in North America and abroad. Please check this page frequently for updates or new opportunities.
EquityNet - Investment Opportunity
Freedom Motors is actively seeking investments from individuals and entities (domestic & abroad) through EquityNet. Please follow our profile via Freedom Motors EquityNet Profile or contact us at +1 (916) 597-0403 or .
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EB-5 Investment Opportunity
Freedom Motors is pleased to launch its EB-5 program to support its production of commercial ready Rotapower® Engine technology and its associated Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) VTOL Aircraft development with its technology partner Moller International. In order to support this program Freedom Motors has forged several partnerships across the globe. Freedom Motors plans to raise $40 million in the first phase and over $500 million is subsequent phases
Freedom Motors has identified at least 3 land parcels within 10 miles radius of its current location that is in the TEA (Targeted Employment Area) zone. Freedom Motors is purely an infrastructure development company that focuses on mitigating global emissions through its Rotapower® Engine technology use with green, renewable & carbon neutral fuels. Freedom Motors Rotapower® Engines have power to weight ratio over three times higher and power to volume ratio that is nine times higher than the lightest 4-stroke piston engine currently available in the market. Rotapower® Engines also have high fuel efficiency and with no emissions when operated with green, renewable, and carbon neutral fuels that makes it the prime candidate as the AAM VTOL aircraft powerplant. Rotapower® engines increases the range of an AAM VTOL aircraft to 500 miles. The AAM VTOL aircraft can be operated purely on Rotapower® engines or in an electric hybrid mode.
Freedom Motors next generation compound 5-stroke Rotapower® engines that has the potential to reduce fuel consumption by 25%, 50% reduction in exhaust temperature, and 95% reduction in noise makes it the ideal candidate for AAM VTOL aircraft. The significant reduction in noise level and its power-to-weight ratio of 3:1 and power-to-volume ratio of 9:1 makes it the ideal solution for AAM VTOL aircraft.
Download the Freedom Motors Process Flow and Q&A Document here.
Download the Freedom Motors detailed EB-5 Project Plan Document (Excel Spreadsheet) here.
In order to adminsiter this EB-5 program with appropriate regional center, fund administrator, economists and other SMEs, Freedom Motors is pleased to have partnered with EB-5 Investor Portal. EB-5 Investor Portal has numerous years of experience and can be reached at (email@example.com) or call at +1 (844) 754-9225
For Investors in Asia (other than China & India), please contact Gurminder Singh Khalsa based in Singapore (firstname.lastname@example.org) or (email@example.com) or WhatsApp at +1 (323) 413-7938
For Investors Worldwide, please contact Freedom Motors (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call or WhatsApp at +1 (916) 597-0403
To learn more about Freedom Motors and its world class technology please visit our Freedom Motors Documents Repository
To learn more about Geoff, Rajat, Mike, Gurminder, and all others please visit our Freedom Motors Executive Team Page
Investment Funds, Venture Capitalists or other accredited investors interested in Freedom Motors are advised to contact or call +1 (916) 597-0403.
Freedom Motors Investment Advisory
THIS INFORMATION IS NEITHER AN OFFER TO SELL NOR A SOLICITATION OF AN OFFER TO PURCHASE THE SECURITIES OF FREEDOM MOTORS. AN OFFER MAY ONLY BE MADE BY DELIVERY TO THE OFFEREE OF FORMAL DISCLOSURE AND SUBSCRIPTION DOCUMENTS.
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We urge you to carefully consider the following important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from the expectations of the company or its management:
- FM's ability to develop, manufacture and market innovative products in a rapidly changing technological environment, including timely implementation of new manufacturing technologies;
- FM's ability to compete in products and prices in an intensely competitive industry;
- FM's ability to maintain and enforce a strong intellectual property portfolio and obtain needed licenses from third parties;
- Consolidation of FM's patent licensees and market conditions reducing royalty payments to FM;
- Timely completion and successful integration of announced acquisitions;
- Economic, social and political conditions in the countries in which FM, its customers or its suppliers operate, including security risks, possible disruptions in transportation networks and fluctuations in foreign currency exchange rates;
- Losses or curtailments of purchases from key customers or the timing of customer inventory adjustments;
- FM's ability to recruit and retain skilled personnel; and
- Availability of raw materials and critical manufacturing equipment.
For a more detailed discussion of these factors, please contact Freedom Motors for additional information. The Company assumes no obligation to update the information on this web site.
It is the policy of Freedom Motors to maintain the highest level of professional and ethical conduct in our business affairs. We place the utmost importance upon our reputation for honesty, integrity and high standards. Our policies reaffirm the importance of these standards, including strict compliance with all laws-federal, state and international-which affect our business.
Our standards are maintained through the actions and conduct of all our personnel. Our employees know that it is their obligation to conduct themselves in a manner that ensures the maintenance of these standards. Our Code of Ethics is distributed to each employee. Our management is personally committed to the ideas, principles and procedures described in these documents. Our hard-earned reputation for the highest standards of business conduct is of the greatest importance to us.
The Company's Board of Directors has overall policy responsibility for the effective implementation and execution of our Code of Ethics. Revisions to our Code of Ethics Policy may be issued from time to time to reflect expansions or changes in applicable laws and regulations.
Reporting Violations of Business Ethics
The audit committee of our Board of Directors is responsible for the receipt, retention, and treatment of complaints received by the Company regarding accounting, internal controls, and auditing matters. All Company employees, and others, are encouraged to report all evidence of activity by a company department or employee that may constitute:
- Instances of corporate fraud;
- Unethical business conduct;
- Questionable accounting, internal controls, or auditing matters; or substantial and specific danger to any person's health and safety.
Any Company employee who in good faith reports any incidents described above will be protected from threats of retaliation, discharge, or other types of discrimination including but not limited to compensation or terms and conditions of employment that are directly related to the disclosure of such reports. In addition, no employee may be adversely affected because the employee refused to carry out a directive, which in fact, constitutes corporate fraud or is a violation of State or Federal law. Any person who wants to report evidence of alleged improper activity should contact Paul S. Moller, President at (530) 756-1230.
In instances where the person reporting is not satisfied with the response, or is uncomfortable for any reason addressing such concerns to Dr. Moller, the person reporting may contact any member of the Audit Committee of the Board of Directors. The Company's Audit Committee members Jim Toreson or John D'Alessandro. Either member may be contacted through the operator at (530) 756-1230 or via the general email address at the bottom of any page of this web site: .
Persons reporting are encouraged to provide as much specific information as possible including names, dates, places, and events that took place, their perception of why the incident(s) may be a violation, and what action the person reporting recommends be taken. Anonymous written or telephonic communications will be accepted. Persons who choose to identify themselves will receive a reply to their report within 20 working days or as soon as practicable thereafter.