Are there restrictions on who can participate in an Escrow Shield Plus™ Agreement?

Yes. In order to be eligible to purchase Escrow Shield Plus under applicable regulations, the Buyer must be domiciled in the U.S., and the Buyer must be formed under the laws of a state where the funding agreement has been registered with the applicable insurance regulators.  These states include California, Delaware, Illinois, Massachusetts, New York, Texas, and Washington; and the list may grow based on market demand. The Buyer must have a minimum of $25 million in assets in order to be eligible to enter into the contract. There is no minimum asset size required of the Seller.

See Escrow Shield Plus overview and prospectus for more information.

Contact us at sales@srsacquiom.com to learn more.

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