Jojo Hedaya: The Man With the Plan

It’s not often that one finds the gift of entrepreneurship in a twenty-four-year-old, however, Jojo Hedaya has been found to be just that. In just a few years he has taken the concept of unsubscribing from multiple email lists in bulk to a multimillion-dollar business. It is this keen eye for seizing an opportunity that has made Jojo a success.

Leaving Boston College at an early age and realizing that “Experience is better than a degree”, Jojo and his partner Josh, whom he met in Israel, embark on the adventure of building a business from nothing more than their drive and friendship. The two together, march hand in hand, into the world of tycoons where many other greats have gone before. Those such as Facebooks Mark Zuckerberg whose philosophy on data safety and privacy is right in line with Jojo Hedaya. Truly, a match of unprecedented synergy. is the nom de guerre of the free service that allows their user base, which is now in the millions, to unsubscribe to email lists in a few simple clicks. Jojo was adamant about the fact this app had to have simplicity in interface as well as functionality. The CEO Josh Rosenwald quips that “Our product was definitely born out of personal frustration”, as their own experiences with emails being lost in the myriad of unsolicited subscriptions caused a certain degree of angst between the two.

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It is the technical aspect of this marvel of the internet that has all of its user base talking about In essence, the application scans through each and every one of your private emails making a determination as to what is a subscription list, what is a normal email, what is a Lyft receipt, what can be monetized, and what can be sold to Uber. It is truly a miracle of sleight of hand that rivals Shin Lin himself, the most recent winner of Americas Got Talent, that puts new meaning into the phrase “Now you see it, now you don’t!”

In true Wizard of Ozwellian fashion the man behind the curtain is JoJo himself along with parent company Slice Intelligence. In a business move that can only be seen as Zuckbergian inspired, the user base anonymized Lyft receipt data is sold to Uber. Brilliant! A pure stroke of genius by the parent company to take private data, run it through a filter, massage it, pat it, and mark it with a ‘B’ for Jojo and me!

Jojo explained he was somewhat “Heartbroken”, that some of his users were upset that their private emails were inspected, updated, and sold to the highest bidder. This commentator went to the blog of the original tear-jerking post only to find it gone. Poof, just like his user’s data! Brilliant!

I think all in all it can be said that the Rabbi for Josh and Jojo had it pegged when he said, “Okay guys, you need to be friends.”. I could not agree more, Josh and Jojo deserve each other.

In the final analysis it is the end user who all budding entrepreneurs are trying to make happy. As one user put it,

“You have to be kidding right? You took my data and sold it to Uber and God knows who else… you can take your “apology” and shove it. It’s people like you Jojo who make humanity look worse and worse every day.”

A more fitting epitaph could not have been more aptly scribed.

All about Nexbank Capital Inc

NexBank Capital, Inc is a company that is based in Dallas which provides financial utility to the clients through three main businesses which include Banking Company, Pledge Banking, and Organizational Services.


Nexbank Capital provides its customized financial plans across the world. The corporation has completed a great business of $54 million investment into different institutions and high worth investors. The company totally raised $283 million equity since the year 2016. The company aims to use its services for mainly corporate purposes. The notes are declared non-callable for the five years and so have affirmed a maturity of 30 September 2027.


The rate has been fixed at 6.375% for five years, and subsequently at a variable rate that is absolutely based on current three month LIBOR of almost 458.5 basis points. These notes are speculation stage rating of BBB– with a steady viewpoint by Kroll Bond Rating Agency and so qualified as 2 Tier under the given regulations and rules. Sandler O’Neill and Partners, L.P played as an only arrangement agent for benefaction of the notes.


The offerings and handouts were closed and dumber on 19 September 2017. These notes aren’t officially recorded within the Security Act and can’t deal within the United States because of the absent registration. Nexbank is also a member and comrade of the FDIC. NexBank SSB declared on Tuesday that they had obtained College Savings Bank of Princeton of New Jersey. The New Jersey bank particularly planned 529 college saving programs whereas the company hasn’t yet explained the details regarding it.


John Holt, the President, and CEO of NexBank Capital Inc (, in a press release, said that the College Savings Bank will work with the same name and will keep branding and retain ongoing work as a dissection of Nex Bank. The company had been doing it since the company was founded back in 1987. NexBank SSB is a component of NexBank Capital, Inc which provides financial services across the world by three of their main businesses. For more information, visit the NexBank Linked In page.