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You will need to answer the following questions to select and order the appropriate opinion.

1.  Are you an affiliate of the issuing company whose stock you want to sell?

2.  Is the issuing company required to file reports with the Securities and Exchange Commission and are the reports current?

3.  If the issuing company is not required to file reports with the SEC, does it voluntarily file reports or does it publish current information at OTCMarkets.com?

4.  What is your holding period and what is the required minimum holding period?

If you have not already answered these questions on our How this Site Works page, please do so now by following the links provided in the four questions above.

Once we receive your completed Stockholder Representation Letter and supporting documentation, will advise you if we need additional supporting documentation.  We will also confirm the reporting or non-reporting status of the issuing company and its compliance with the XBRL posting requirments and advise you if we require a different holding period or type of representation letter.

SHELL COMPANY CONSIDERATIONS – The SEC quarterly (10-Q) and annual (10-K)  report forms have a question on the facing sheet as to whether the company is a “shell company”. The answers given by most companies is generally accurate.  We will double check this.  We also determine if the issuing company has ever previously been a shell company and, if it has been, determine if Rule 144 is now available. Because the determination of whether an issuing company is now or has ever previously been a “shell company” can be complicate, you can assume for purposes of determining your holding period requirement and availability of Rule 144 that it has never been a shell company, unless you know it has been. If the issuing company is now a shell company, Rule144Solution.com will not issue an opinion. If the issuing company is not now but has ever previously been a “shell company” and Rule 144 is not now available, we will advise you of the appropriate opinion.

Refund Policy – In the event Rule144Solution.com determines it cannot issue an opinion based on your facts and circumstances or those of the company for whose securities the opinion is needed, your fee will be promptly credited to your card.  Your fee will remain on deposit in our attorney trust account until the opinion is issued or your fee is credited to you.  In the event Rule144Solution.com does not receive within three months additional documentation and/or signature it requests to issue your opinion, your fee will be deemed to be earned based on the time expended to review and manage your application and communicate with you.  You fee may be applied to a future opinion for the same company within twelve months of your payment date if you provide a copy of your email payment confirmation when applying for the future opinion.

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Opinion Selection and Fees

Rule 144 Opinion for a Non-Affiliate of a Reporting Company who has held restricted common stock for six months or more - $325

Must be current in its SEC reports.

Rule 144 Opinion for a Non-Affiliate of a Non-Reporting Company who has held restricted common stock for one year or more - $325

Must have current information publicly (such as OTCMarkets).

Rule 144 Opinion for an Affiliate of a Reporting Company* who has held restricted common stock for six months or more - $425

Must be current in its SEC reports.

Rule 144 Opinion for an Affiliate of a Non-Reporting Company* who has held restricted common stock for one year or more - $525

Must have current information publicly (such as OTCMarkets).

Rule 144 Opinion for Conversion of promissory note by a Non-Affiliate of a Reporting Company who has held the note for six months or more - $525

Must be current in its SEC reports.

Rule 144 Opinion for Conversion of promissory note by a Non-Affiliate of a Non-Reporting Company* who has held the note for one year or more - $625

Must have current information publicly (such as OTCMarkets).

Private Transfer Opinion for an Affiliate or Non-Affiliate covering the sale, gift, pledge or other transfer of a Reporting or Non-Reporting Company regardless of how long it has been held - $275

Private Transfer Opinion for an Affiliate or Non-Affiliate covering the sale, gift, pledge or other transfer or restricted restricted securities other than common stock of a Reporting or Non-Reporting Company regardless of how long it has been held - $275

Section 4(a)(1) Opinion for a Non-Affiliate of a Non-Reporting* Company that has previously been a shell company (not Rule 144 eligible) who has held restricted common stock for more than two years. - $525

*Includes companies who voluntarily file SEC reports with a 333- prefix to their file number and have less than 300 stockholders of record disclosed in their last annual report on Form 10-K. Must have current information publicly (SEC reports or such as OTCMarkets).

I have a question The type of security I have, or the type of transaction I plan to complete is not covered above. Please allow me to get the answer I need to proceed via an e-mail to RULE144Solution.com.

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