Things you shouldn’t do as a startup founder: Hack potential investors’ voicemail


To most, it would seem like common sense: if you want someone to back your business, you probably shouldn’t start by annoying them. However, Avi Zolty, Y Combinator alumni and founder of Skurt car rentals, seemed to bypass this usual thought process when trying to get the attention of angel investor Jason Calacanis. Instead, he decided to hack his voicemail and change the message to promote Skurt. Zolty also posted on Medium about the stunt (since deleted) and the audio file is available for all to hear on Soundcloud. He also posted his article to Hacker News, but it was...

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