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Schedule of Fees and Charges

Issuer's Fees

Mr. Crowd charges fees for its services to issuers upon closing of a successful fundraising. Mr. Crowd charges issuers a fee equal to a percentage of the gross proceeds of each securities offering. Mr. Crowd may also be compensated by taking an equity position in an issuer. In the event that an offering is terminated or its fundraising target is not met, Mr. Crowd will not charge any service fees.

However, issuers should be aware that, apart from the fees charged by Mr. Crowd at closing, various third-party costs and fees could be incurred, including escrow fees, accounting and auditing fees, accounting review fees, costs of preparing financial statements and offering documents, disclosure and compliance legal fees, costs of corporate page design, production of multimedia and filing fees. You should discuss these various fees with your service providers.

Investor's Fees

Mr. Crowd charges investors transaction and processing fees and the amount will be shown in the investment confirmation page. Investors should also be aware that your bank may charge fees on fund transfer transactions. Please consult your bank to learn about any additional fees before making any investment on Mr. Crowd.

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IMPORTANT LEGAL NOTICE: Ksdaq Inc. owns and operates Mr. Crowd (www.MrCrowd.com), a funding portal (the "Funding Portal") registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and a member of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) [FINRA Funding Portal Members]. By accessing the Funding Portal and any pages on the Funding Portal, you agree to be bound by the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy, as may be amended from time to time without notice or liability. Securities offerings posted on the Funding Portal are limited to Regulation Crowdfunding offerings.

Investors must acknowledge and accept the high risks associated with investing in private securities offerings. These risks include holding your investment for periods of many years with limited ability to resell, limited access to periodic reporting, and losing your entire investment. You must have the ability to bear a total loss of your investment without a change in your lifestyle. Funding Portal is only required to conduct limited due diligence on each Issuer and does not in any way give investment advice, provide analysis or recommendations regarding any offering posted on the Funding Portal. Past performance is not indicative of future performance. All investors should make their own determination of whether or not to make any investment in an offering, based on their own independent evaluation and analysis and after consulting with their financial, tax and investment advisors. Prior to making any investment, you will be required to demonstrate your understanding of the speculative nature of investing in such private securities. The securities offered on this Funding Portal can only be marketed in jurisdictions where public solicitation of offerings are permitted; it is solely your responsibility to comply with the laws and regulations of your country of residence. You are strongly advised to consult your legal, tax and financial advisor before investing.

You can learn more about investing in crowdfunding from the SEC, FINRA or NASAA.

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