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Date Filed : Sep 29, 2022
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1. Issuer's Identity
2. Principal Place of Business and Contact Information
3. Related Persons
Clarification of Response (if Necessary):
4. Industry Group
5. Issuer Size
6. Federal Exemption(s) and Exclusion(s) Claimed (select all that apply)
7. Type of Filing
8. Duration of Offering
9. Type(s) of Securities Offered (select all that apply)
10. Business Combination Transaction
11. Minimum Investment
12. Sales Compensation
13. Offering and Sales Amounts
15. Sales Commissions & Finder's Fees Expenses
Provide separately the amounts of sales commissions and finders fees expenses, if any. If the amount of an expenditure is not known, provide an estimate and check the box next to the amount.
16. Use of Proceeds
Provide the amount of the gross proceeds of the offering that has been or is proposed to be used for payments to any of the persons required to be named as executive officers, directors or promoters in response to Item 3 above. If the amount is unknown, provide an estimate and check the box next to the amount.
Signature and Submission
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Terms of Submission
Each Issuer identified above has read this notice, knows the contents to be true, and has duly caused this notice to be signed on its behalf by the undersigned duly authorized person.
For signature, type in the signer's name or other letters or characters adopted or authorized as the signer's signature.
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* This undertaking does not affect any limits Section 102(a) of the National Securities Markets Improvement Act of 1996 ("NSMIA") [Pub. L. No. 104-290, 110 Stat. 3416 (Oct. 11, 1996)] imposes on the ability of States to require information. As a result, if the securities that are the subject of this Form D are "covered securities" for purposes of NSMIA, whether in all instances or due to the nature of the offering that is the subject of this Form D, States cannot routinely require offering materials under this undertaking or otherwise and can require offering materials only to the extent NSMIA permits them to do so under NSMIA's preservation of their anti-fraud authority.