No,unless you look forward to defending loads of state and federal lawsuits. I figure you know this, but if you want to do anything at all regarding securities (investments) you need to hire an experienced attorney as this is not a DIY project at all.
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There are a number of services online that allow for crowd funding by the sale of shares. I believe most of them try to deal with accredited investors as that is much safer under recent changes in securities laws. The concept has many potential legal pitfalls at the state and federal level.