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Invest in Reyets: Social Justice Network

A mobile platform to end the justice gap and power the new civil rights movement

$40,708

of a $90,000 goal
INVESTMENT TERMS
$5M valuation cap Future Equity

Highlights

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🎉 Over $292k already raised from founders investment + Reg CF investors
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⚖️ Cofounded by nationally recognized Civil Rights attorney Justin Moore: Top 40 Civil Rights Lawyer
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🏆 Award Winning App: Recognized as World Changing Idea by FAST COMPANY
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📲 Reyets UI/UX team received international INDEX DESIGN for good award
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🤝 Reyets has secured marketing partnerships to access an immediate audience of over 500k
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✊🏽 Reyets, a game changer with huge impact on reshaping community interactions with law enforcement
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🚀 Founding team w/ track record of startup success, built apps for Pfizer, Six Flags, Under Armour+
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💵 This is your chance to buy into Reyets at a low valuation cap with significant ROI potential

Our Team

I’m Wa’il one of the Cofounders of Reyets. I am also a father, husband, son, brother, immigrant, and person of color, and over 25 years ago I was wrongful arrested at the age of 17. Reyets didn’t exist then, and I didn’t know my rights or have the resources to help me. I realized I could build a profitable business that solves this problem

Reyets: Social Justice Network

PROBLEM

OUR STORY

We are a team of black, brown, and immigrant founders, that are justice-impacted individuals with lived experience, working to close the Justice gap.

 We've built successful tech startups and been freedom fighters fighting in the court of law to ensure all people get equal treatment and justice under the law. 

SOLUTION

PRODUCT

BUSINESS MODEL

B2B: Reyets clients are made up of legal professionals and community organizations. Community organizations generated over $35bln in revenues. There are over 1.35m lawyers of which 432k focus on criminal and civil rights issues representing a $1.1b opportunity.

B2C: Our user base is made up of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) who make up 39% of the American population and are 400% more likely to be victims of police brutality and civil rights abuse.

MARKET

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COMPETITION

TRACTION

3 YEAR PROJECTIONS

HOW WE SCALE

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