Did you notice that SFC Fluidics Inc. of Fayetteville is raising $9 million?
But as of June 14, the medical device company had sold only $55,000 of equity to two investors, according to the filing at the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission.
SFC Fluidics didn’t return calls for comment.
The company’s website said that its mission is to advance health care and improve quality of life through “our enabling microfluidic technologies. The company’s vision is to become a recognized global leader in the drug delivery and health monitoring markets where our unique product lines improve lifestyle and affordability.”
The company also said it believes its drug delivery system “provides a technological leap in performance and will dramatically improve therapy compliance rates in several important disease markets.”
The SEC filing said the minimum investment amount is $5,000.