How do I invest?


Create a Profile

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Risks & KYC

Acknowledge the risks involved and complete a quick KYC to ensure that you are aware of the risk startup investment entails.


Study the deal inside out

Once you’re inside a deal, carry out your own due diligence by going through legal documents, deal terms and the pitch itself.



Choose your investment amount, payment method, agree to the Terms and Conditions and complete your investment.


Sign the agreement

Once you invest, you will be able to e-sign the T-SAFE agreement (at the end of the campaign) Make sure you sign it at the earliest, to reduce delays.


Post investment process

The founder signs and your security certificates are issued. In case of delays, this process can take upto 20 days.

How does my investment reach the startup?

Once you make an investment, funds will be held in an Escrow account with our Banking Partners managed by SEBI registered trustees. The funds will be released from this virtual account to the separate account by the startup once the compliance has been completed.

How do I cancel my investment?

You may cancel or reduce your investment within 48 hours of investing by writing to us at Cancelling your investment is not permitted in the final 48 hours of a deal. Remember, these conditions complement each other, and make sure you read them carefully.

What happens when a deal is oversubscribed?

You can see when the minimal funding amount has been crossed on the deal page. In this case, the startup may choose to:
  1. Accept all the funds raised until the closure of the deal
  2. Choose to reduce the amount invested by each investor by a certain ratio, i.e., pro rata the amount in order to allocate securities to each investor to take only a certain quantum of funds
  3. Choose to randomly allot funds based on a lucky draw mechanism
  4. Choose to close the deal prematurely as soon as the target is reached
The decision lies completely with the company and its stakeholders and the decision will be communicated to you over email.

Can the startup reject my investment?

Yes, every company reserves the right to reject, in whole or in part, any investment commitment at any time before the proceeds are drawn from the virtual account. Any rejected investments will be returned to the investor in full along with the processing fee.

What is a private deal?

Startups running private deals are raising capital from their own set of investors. Tyke has not carried out any due diligence on these startups. Some private campaigns might allow you to request access. You can review and invest only if the founders approve your request.

How do I track my investments?

Once you have made an investment, the Tyke’s Analytics feature is enabled for you. This will deliver quarterly updates to you directly from the startups you have invested in to keep you up to date on the progress of your investment.
Note: In case of any delay in the timelines mentioned on this page, our team will send out an email communication to you well in advance.

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