How do you get registered as a Veteran Owned Small Business (VOSB)?

How do you get registered as a Veteran Owned Small Business (VOSB)?


Next question says, how do I get registered
as a VOSB? A VOSB is a veteran-owned small business. It’s the same system to register as a SDVOSB
which is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business. You do that through a system called VetBiz. VetBiz is another service that we provide. We’ll do it for you. You pay us a fee, we’ll do it for you and
you’re good to go. You’re guaranteed to be registered properly. There’s no risk. There’s no intent. If you make a mistake in SAM or you make a
mistake setting up your VOSB or your WOSB or 8a or HUBZone or any of these. If you make a mistake, the government think
it was on purpose, they can fine you and you can go to prison if they think you did it
on purpose. The fine in SAM- If you make a mistake in
SAM and the government thinks it was on purpose, they can fine you $10,000 – $200,000
per failure and you could do prison time. So, if you don’t want to take that risk, let
us do it for you. Our case manager will do it. They’ll do it right. They sign off on it, so if they make a mistake-
knock on wood, we’ve done 100,000 SAM Registrations we haven’t made a mistake yet because we’re
very thorough- but, if they make a mistake, they’re legally responsible. Not you. Takes the liability off you completely. If they get fined. They get fined. They carry Errors and Omissions Insurance
to cover it and there is no liability because the government can’t say, well you did this
on purpose to cheat. You didn’t process it, we did. So there’s no liability on you what-so-ever.

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