Barbara is running around and telling everyone they fully legal - NO, ABSOLUTELY NOT.
Any offer of public investment requires a local license/permit/prospectus in almost every place where you have investors - thats it , no exceptions, crowdfunding or not. The rules on it are strict as in Barbara's Poland and as in Moruf's Nigeria.
Do not attempt to hide behind non-profit crowdfunding which does not require a license because it is not an investment and comes in terms as donations or as sponsoring the development of a future product which sponsors will get or get some other non financial perks.
What fascinating about those two morons, is in their own terms and conditions, which they apparently did not read themselves (stolen or lied what they do to whoever wrote them), or perhaps they want to mislead the authorities and service providers such as PayPal and Payoneer and left that T&C just for that.
Here are some gems from their T&C:
Ok, Let see which Perks they give:Originally Posted by www.investrealprojects.com/terms-of-use/
And please do not tell me that a perk of $3.75 per month for each share will be transfered somehow as cocoa beans (and not money) on the prepay debit cards they now pimping to their investors
P.S. Ready to meet you scammers (or retards) in court any day to see how you will try to defend obvious law violations.