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Getting started is easy. The first step is to click on the “Create a BankList Account” button located in the upper right corner of the screen. Review the “Account Agreement” and click “I Accept” if you agree to the terms and conditions. Registration is free. You will be directed to a “Member Information” page that you must complete in order to create a banclist.com account.
If you previously had an account with communitybanklist.com, it was transferred to banclist.com. One small change was made...your username is now the email address from your previous account. To log in for the first time:
1. Click "Sign In" , then "Forgot Password".
2. Enter the username that was associated with your communitybanklist.com as well as the security code, then "Submit".
3. You will receive an email from banclist.com containing a link that will allow you to change your password. That's it! You will now be able to log into our site. If you need further assistance, please contact us via our help page.
Posting a notice of intent to buy or sell shares on the BancList platform is easy. After you login, click on the “Search Listings” tab in green bar at the top of the homepage. Click on the “Post a Notice” tab on the “Listing Search” page. You will be prompted on the “Select an Issuer” page to select the state and the issuer for the notice that you want to post. You will see on the “Listing Details” page five tabs that must be completed before your notice is posted.
This is one of the newest features of our platform. We changed the way potential buyers and sellers can communicate using our service. If you are interested in a particular listing, navigate to it and simply type in a message in the “Send message to poster:” box and click send. A message will be sent to the individual who created the listing. Your information will not be visible to the lister unless you include it in your message.
Once the individual has read your message, if they choose to respond, you will be able to read that response in your “My Messages” section. You will also receive an email notification alerting you about the new message. You will have the ability to communicate with the lister until you both are ready to share your information, negotiate a price, and set an appointment with the issuer’s Transfer Agent to finalize the transaction.
Favorites allow users to keep an eye on a particular issuer. To use this feature, visit an issuer and simply add that issuer to your favorites.
You have three options:
1. What type of alert would you like? Alerts on notices to buy, sell or both.
2. How often notices should be sent: Immediately, Daily or Weekly.
3. How long you would like to receive the alert. You could choose to receive alerts for just a week or you could select alerts to be sent indefinitely. The choice is yours.
Once you create a favorite, you will be able to easily access it from your Quick Links panel under “My Favorites”.
For Admins Only:
Blogs on our site are very similar to other blogs. This is a feature that allows you to communicate with shareholders and potential shareholders. A “blog post” can be informational text. It can contain links to other places or images. It is a vehicle that allows you to post information. Blogs are typically used for creating links to your financials. Another common use for a blog post is to announce a new financials.
To add a new blog post, while logged in as a Issuer Admin, please choose your "My Blogs" link on your Quick Links panel. Add your blog post and save. To view your blog post, navigate to your issuer's page. To see a full list of blog posts associated with your issuer (including yours and others posted by other issuer admins), visit "Issuer Blogs" in your Issuer Admin panel.
Please note that blog posts are exposed to the public and will be monitored.
For Admins Only:
The Documents section allows you to upload and attachment for users to view. If you have a brochure, a call report or any other document that you would like site users to be able to see, add it here.
To add a new document, while logged in as a Admin, please choose your "My Documents" link on your Quick Links panel. Add your document and save. To view your document, navigate to your page. To see a full list of documents associated with your (including your documents and others posted by other admins), visit " Documents" in your Admin panel.
Not sure if you should select as your user type “Visitors,” “Registered Users,” or “Subscribers”? Use this quick guide to help you make selection:
Visitors – For users who simply want to browse listings or look around the site. NO registration is required for this selection, but you will not be able to post a notice on the site.
Registered Users – For users who want to browse the site, review listings and post a notice(s) on the site. You must register on the site and answer all member information requests accurately and completely. There is no charge to post a notice or notices for stock whose issuer is a BancList client.
Subscribers – We do not currently charge for listings made on issuer sites that are not active.Please contact issuer directly.
Yes. You can post notices on BancList using your smart phone. You can also receive alerts on your smart phone.
BancList is a posting site, which means the notices of intent to buy or sell shares are for informational purposes only. No contract is established between a potential buyer and seller until the two parties contact the issuer and formally agree on terms. BancList still adheres to basic SEC and FINRA guidelines regarding stock postings. The terms and conditions for using the site are listed in the Account Agreement (click Register Now tab to view).
Yes. Remember, BancList is not an exchange. We are a posting service that allows users to communicate with each other online about their interest in buying or selling shares.
Any issuer located in the U.S. can become a BancList member. They can contact BancList by calling 1-877-257-0854, ext. 707, or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. A BancList representative will be happy to explain the benefits of the service and the activation process.