Your Opportunity to Invest In A/C LCEP, LLC
This website provides information about unsecured promissory notes that A/C LCEP, LLC, doing business as One Hour Air Conditioning and Heating of Las Cruces, offers to residents of, or entities based in, New Mexico. The promissory note earns 10% simple interest on the balance of the promissory note.
Promissory notes in A/C LCEP, LLC are limited. The total amount of promissory notes is capped at $2.5 million by New Mexico regulation.
About A/C LCEP, LLC
We provide services to the residential and light commercial market in the Las Cruces/ El Paso area with value to customers, team members, vendors, investors, and the community, with a prudent path to net $0 electric buildings.
A/C LCEP, LLC’s Vision
A/C LCEP, LLC strives to provide a fun workplace where team members may excel both personally and professionally while providing an above average return for investors, and enriching our community.
How It Works
A promissory note is a written, legally enforceable promise by A/C LCEP, LLC to repay you, the Investor, money that you have lent to A/C LCEP, LLC along with interest. You have the freedom to choose how much to invest.
How Much We Pay You
When you invest in a promissory note with A/C LCEP, LLC, you will earn 10% simple interest on the balance of the promissory note.
There are some factors to consider before deciding to make any investment. A/C LCEP, LLC’s business, operations, and financial performance are subject to various uncertainties as with any company or market.
If you have questions, concerns, or are interested in investing in A/C LCEP, LLC we are always happy to meet with you. Call our office at (575) 650-1075 or send us a message through our contact page.
The Promissory Notes offered are legal promises by A/C LCEP, LLC to pay interest and principal but are not secured by mortgages or any government guarantee. This investment involves risk and you may lose some or all of your investment.
This is not an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to sell promissory notes. That offer may only be made via the offering memorandum, which is available on this website only to visitors who certify to being a New Mexico resident or a representative of a New Mexico entity (as that term is defined in the offering memorandum). The promissory notes are offered, via the offering memorandum, pursuant to an exemption from registration with the Securities and Exchange Commission and the New Mexico Securities Division. Neither the Commission nor the Securities Division passes upon the merits of any securities, nor does either pass upon the accuracy or completeness of any offering circular or other selling literature. Any representation to the contrary is a criminal offense.