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Binishells Profile

Source: Safe Shepherd

Name/Title/Company:

Robert Leshner, Founder & CEO of Safe Shepherd

What is the mission of your company?

Safe Shepherd helps people find and remove their information from the Internet

Explain your business modelhow do you make money?

Members pay a subscription fee from $14 to $150 per month for premium service

Who do you compete with in this space and how are you different?

Reputation.com and BrandYourself.com are our closest competitors. Our focus is on finding and removing information, while their focus is on suppressing search results.

Where are your headquarters?

San Francisco, Calif.

# of full-time employees?

7

Year Founded?

2011

What round of funding are you in?

Seed stage

Funds Raised?

$629,000

Key Investors?

500 Startups, OCA Ventures, Funders Club

Have you done TV before?

I was in a political television commercial. No direct experience, but a former debate champion and charismatic speaker

Would you like to share anything else?

We recently launched a celebrity plan that offers a personal privacy consultant

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