TraderTemplate.com corporation and/or its subsidiaries or affiliates ("Company," "we," or "us") (the “Advertiser”) is an investor relations service that is paid to send and publish favorable information (the “Advertisement”) about publicly traded companies (the “Promoted Issuers”) using email communications and a website located at www.TraderTemplate.com. The recipients of the Advertisements are referred to herein as the “Recipients”. The Advertiser’s dissemination of the Advertisement is known as an “Advertising Campaign”.

The Advertiser does not verify or confirm any portion of the Advertisement and it does not conduct any due diligence, nor does it research any aspect of the Advertisement including the completeness, accuracy, truthfulness or reliability of the information in the advertisement. The Advertiser is not qualified to review and it does not review the Promoted Issuers’ financial condition, operations, business model, management or risks involved in the Promoted Issuer’s business or an investment in a Promoted Issuer’s securities.

The Advertisements are disseminated from and/or on a variety of sources (the “Media Outlets”). The Media Outlets include but are not limited to: (i) the website at www.TraderTemplate.com (the “Website”), (ii) websites other than the Website, (iii) email communications and newsletters owned or controlled by the Advertiser and/or third parties, (iv) stock and other message boards and/or (v) other communication platforms.

The Advertiser may from time to time compensate other parties for disseminating the Advertisements using some of and/or all of the Media Outlets. The Advertisements may be disseminated by the Advertiser and multiple parties on multiple days and at different times. The Advertisements may be disseminated sent to Recipients seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks or even months apart.

Most, if not all, of the Promoted Issuers are penny stocks that are illiquid and whose securities are subject to wide fluctuations in trading price and volume. During the Advertising Campaign the trading price and volume of a Promoted Issuer’s securities will likely increase. The trading volume and price of a Promoted Issuer’s securities generally increases after the Advertisement is provided to the first group of Recipients. Therefore, the later an investor receives the Advertisement, the more likely it is that he will suffer increased trading losses if he purchases the securities of a Promoted Issuer. Recipients who hold shares of the Promoted Issuer when the Advertising Campaign ends will probably lose most, if not all, of their investment.

The Advertiser publishes favorable information about the Promoted Issuers because it is paid to publish only favorable information. The Advertiser does not publish negative information because it is not paid to publish negative information. The information in the Advertisement should not be taken literally and it should be considered rhetorical or hyperbole information and not truth. Recipients should consider the Advertisements to be one-sided and incomplete statements and not accurate, truthful or reliable. Recipients should conduct their own in-depth investigation of the Promoted Issuers with the assistance of their legal, tax and investment advisers. This review should include but not be limited to a Promoted Issuer’s financial condition, operations, management, products or services, trends in the industry and risks that may be material to the Promoted Issuer’s business and other information the Recipient and its advisers deem material to an investment decision. The review should also include, but not be limited to a review of available public sources and information received directly from the Promoted Issuers or from websites such as Google, OTC Markets, NASDAQ, NYSE, www.sec.gov or other available public sources.

All terms used in the Advertisement with respect to a Promoted Issuer and/or its securities including “profit”, “stock pick” or “target price”, are rhetorical statements and exaggerations and as such, should not be construed as truthful. The Advertiser makes no warranty or representation about the Advertisement. The Advertisement is not complete and should not be considered accurate or a source of information for the purposes of making an investment decision. The Advertiser disclaims, expressly and implicitly, all warranties of any kind and as such, should a Recipient rely upon the Advertisement to make an investment decision (against the Advertiser’s advice), it is a huge mistake and at his or her own risk. Recipients should not rely on the Advertisement for any purpose including especially in connection with an investment decision. The Advertiser not responsible or liable for any person’s use of the Advertisement or any success or failure that is directly or indirectly related to such person’s use of the Advertisement for any purpose including trading securities of the Promoted Issuers. The Advertiser is not responsible for omissions or errors in the Advertisement and the Advertiser is not responsible for actions taken by any person who relies upon the Advertisement.

The Advertiser is not providing advice about purchasing, selling or holding securities and is not offering securities for sale or soliciting their purchase. The Advertiser is not and does not make stock recommendations and it is only a party publishing promotional information. The Advertiser does not act in the capacity of an adviser, consultant, stock picker, securities researcher, securities trading expert, securities analyst, investment adviser, broker-dealer, registered representative and the Advertiser is not qualified to act in any of the foregoing capacities.

The Advertiser is not objective or independent and has multiple conflicts of interest in publishing the Advertisements.

The Promoted Issuers and parties hiring the Advertiser have conflicts of interest and may not be not working in the best interests of the Recipients. The Advertiser was paid to disseminate the (favorable) Advertisement about the Promoted Issuers and doesn’t publish any negative information whatsoever about the Promoted Issuers. The Advertiser may own a Promoted Issuer’s securities that it acquired from the Promoted Issuer, third parties or from open market purchases before, during or after the Advertising Campaign and it may sell these securities during the Advertising Campaign while publishing the (favorable) information that instructs Recipients to purchase the securities of the Promoted Issuer. As such, the Advertiser could profit from its sales of the Promoted Issuer’s shares while the Recipient experiences losses from their purchase of shares of the Promoted Issuers. Persons who engage the services and/or compensate the Advertiser will likely sell their shares of the Promoted Issuer while the Advertiser is publishing the (favorable) Advertisement.

The details of the Advertiser’s compensation and the period of the Advertising Campaign is set forth in the Chart below. Recipients should assume that if a party other than the Promoted Issuer is paying the Advertiser for the Advertising Campaign that he or she is an affiliate who is controlled by or under common control of the Promoted Issuer or another affiliate of the Promoted Issuer.