I am working remotely for a Fintech startup where we lend to ecommerce businesses in the US. And I am tasked to research what else we might need before we operate.
I'd like to ask if we need a legal opinion letter of any sort to reflect that we are not charging usury rates. If so, who should we address it to and what kind of legal opinion letters we would need.
Can you help me?
1 Answer from Attorneys
This needs to be done in conjunction with an attorney review of the business model of the company and the services it provides. Please have the principals of the company contact me directly.
Roman R. Fichman, Esq.
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