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PROCESS FOR INVESTING
PROCESS FOR INVESTING IN OFFERS ON THE TEXAS EQUITY SHARES PORTAL
1) Review the Risk Factors Prior to Investing
It is important that you carefully review al risk factors set forth in Exhibit D of the Subscription Agreement. 
If you have any questions concerning any aspects of the risk factors associated with your investment, 
the Company’s management team is available to discuss 
those risks and/or provide additional information to you upon request.

2) Complete the Subscription Agreement 
 On Page 1 fil in the day of the month that you are making the investment. 
 IMPORTANT: Initial the appropriate box in the Investor Questionnaire in Section 6 on Page 4.
 On Page 7, sign the agreement and enter any missing information.

3) Submit Completed Subscription Agrement
Your completed subscription agreement should be delivered to the Company via email or regular mail to 
one of the following addresses:

4) Submit Payment for Your Shares
Please submit payment for you shares using the wire instructions below. 
After accepting the funds, the Company will prepare and deliver your stock certificate to the address set 
forth in the subscription agreement.

Account Name: 
Account Number: 
Bank Name: 
Bank Address: 

Bank Routing Number: 
Bank Contact: If you have any questions about he subscription proces, please do not hesitate to 
call; 214-906-8688
Escrow of funds.

Payments received from investors for the purchase of securities (investment commitments) must be directed to and deposited in an escrow account with a bank or other depository institution located in Texas. The funds must be held in escrow until the amount raised from all purchasers is equal to or greater than the minimum target offering amount specified in the issuer's disclosure statement. If the offering is withdrawn or terminated by the issuer, TCP, or general dealer, or if the target amount of the offering is not raised by the time stated in the issuer's disclosure statement, all of the funds must be returned to the investors in full. See Rule 139.25(f).

The escrow account needs to be in a federal or Texas‑chartered bank or depository institution located in Texas. An account at a Texas branch of a federal‑charted bank or depository institution would meet this requirement. A depository institution is an entity with the power to accept deposits under applicable law and so could hold funds deposited into an escrow account. A trust company with the power to accept deposits under Texas law could be among the Texas‑chartered entities permitted to hold funds in an escrow account. There is no requirement that the escrow account be interest bearing.

Obligations of parties to an escrow agreement, and liability that attaches for failing to meet any of those obligations, are governed by the terms of the escrow agreement and general contract law. The rule gives the parties the ability to set the terms of the escrow contract, including any indemnification agreement that they deem appropriate. Accordingly, liability arrangements should be addressed in the contract between the parties and in disclosures made in connection with the limitation on liability for small business issuances in Section 33.N of the Act.

The issuer, dealer, or TCP have flexibility to specify the method for an investor's payment into the escrow account and may limit payment methods if they so choose. The parties to the escrow agreement or contract could impose requirements or restrictions, such as requiring that all payments be made through the ACH (Automated Clearing House) network. Some TCPs or dealers may choose to permit purchasers to buy securities by using a credit card to make payments, rather than through money or funds transfer between financial institutions.

If the offering is terminated without being funded or closed, each investor receives back the full amount of his or her investment from the escrow account. Rule 139.25(f). No deductions may be made from the investors' funds. Any fees collected by the escrow agent for maintaining the escrow account or issuing checks to investors must be paid by a party other than the investor. It is anticipated that the other party to the escrow agreement (whether the dealer, TCP, or the issuer) would pay any such fees charged by the escrow agent.
TO ESTABLISH A PAYMENT GATEWAY WITH GOLDSTAR TRUST COMPANY
TO INVEST IN AN OFFER ON A TCP, 
YOU MUST ESTABLISH AN ESCROW ACCOUNT WITH OUR TEXAS ESCROW AGENT "GOLDSTAR  TRUST".
TO VISIT THE OUR 
" GOLDSTAR TRUST" 
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