Alex Rampell is the co-founder and CEO of TrialPay, where he is responsible for general management and building corporate infrastructure. Prior to TrialPay, Alex co-founded FraudEliminator, the first consumer anti-phishing company, which merged into SiteAdvisor and was acquired by McAfee in April 2006. Alex began his career writing and selling consumer software on bulletin board systems and the nascent Internet. His first successful company, started at age 11, gained hundreds of thousands of paying consumers worldwide and had products featured in Forbes, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, "Today," CNBC and BusinessWeek.
Alex serves on the board of directors for Backstage Games and friend.ly, and is an investor in over 15 venture backed companies, including Hunch, Bloomreach, BillShrink, Lefora, World Golf Tour, and Datalot. He holds an AB in Applied Math and Computer Science, cum laude, from Harvard University.
Co-Founder and CEO
Aug 18, 2015 - Current (about 1 year)
2006 - Current (almost 11 years)
BA, Applied Mathematics and Computer Science
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