Bio not provided
This person should definitely look for a well-paid job outside of the startup world. Since all he is writing is "it was never my fault, it was bureaucracy, the government worker, the risk-averse idiots at VC companies, the stupid angels, my co-founder" The co-founder seems the only one that was smart & quick enough to leave, could we please hear more from him?
11 months, 2 weeks ago on Startups Anonymous: The most expensive lesson I learned was to start a startup in Europe
Have a look at their API: It supports only a fraction of everything they put on their marketing & sales pages. Please do some research before posting this kind of articles..
1 year, 4 months ago on On fraudsters and fables: Signifyd launches to stop e-commerce companies from crying wolf
Hi Eido, thanks for contacting us directly via email as well! Let's move this discussion out of the spotlight. Best, Roberto
1 year, 8 months ago on Riskified wants to stop ecommerce fraudsters while still letting you shop online
please do some more homework before you copy the PR text machine of "Riskified"!
"the ones that are flagged because they’re most likely to be fraudulent. With those orders, the startup is wrong one in two hundred times."
I do work in the online fraud prevention business and we know the numbers of a lot of merchants. There is definitely no way "Riskified" can be that good with their false positive rate. Honestly, it sounds like a big scam if you pretend to be able to deliver these numbers.
You could save your 1password database and your password within CloudSafe (https://secure.cloudsafe.com) as well. CloudSafe offers some unique access options like a "two-man rule" or "gate-keeper". There you could add a friends and relatives and make sure they need to be at least 2 to get access.
3 years ago on The 1Password Emergency Kit