The first time that you log in, you will be taken directly to the beginning of the registration process.
Review the information on the Registration page, then click on "Continue" at the bottom of the screen.
The next screen will show you the steps for the registration. You don't have to complete all of the steps at once; if you click on "Save" at the bottom of any screen, the information that you entered will be saved. If you leave the site and come back at a later time, the steps that you have completed will appear as links. Click on any of the linked steps to return to that page of the form.
Otherwise, click on "Next" at the bottom of the screen to continue.
When you have finished entering information, you will electronically sign the registration and then complete the payment process.
How long is my registration valid?
Your registration is valid for one year. Registrations can be renewed each year on or up to 60 days before the registration anniversary date.
What are the most common reasons for rejecting a registration?
All owners, officers, employees, and executive personnel not listed.
The law requires a complete list of the names and addresses of the owners, officers, and executive personnel of the applicant, if the applicant is not an individual.  In addition, if the applicant is a partnership, corporation, or limited liability company, it can register for and pay a single fee on behalf of all its partners, members, officers, directors, agents, and employees, each of whom must be listed in the registration, along with all other persons with whom the applicant has contracted to work under its direction. 
Name, address, and telephone number of person with custody of financial records in Colorado not listed.
The Colorado Charitable Solicitations Act requires paid solicitors to list the name, address, and telephone number of the person that has custody of the applicant's financial records.  There must be at least one name provided in this section, even if it may seem obvious to the applicant that the custodian of the financial records is the applicant himself.
Name of person in charge of solicitation activity in Colorado not listed.
The law requires paid solicitors to list the names of all persons in charge of any solicitation activity conducted in Colorado by the paid solicitor or on the paid solicitor's behalf.  There must be at least one name provided in this section.
Primary address of the business or individual not a physical address.
Applicants may include a mailing address that is a private mailbox or a post office box, but they must provide a physical address as the primary address of the business or individual. The same is true for the address of the person in charge of solicitation activities and the person with custody of the applicant's financial records.
Employee with a criminal history.
An application cannot be approved if the paid solicitor is someone who, or is employing someone who, within the past five years, has been convicted of, found guilty of, pled guilty or nolo contendere to, been adjudicated a juvenile of, or been incarcerated for any felony involving fraud, theft, larceny, embezzlement, fraudulent conversion, or misappropriation of property or any crime arising from the conduct of a solicitation for a charitable organization or sponsor, under the laws of Colorado or any other state or of the United States, or has been enjoined within the immediately preceding five years under the laws of Colorado or any other state or of United States from engaging in deceptive conduct relating to charitable solicitations.