Splikity, Password manager app, was started by Doug Clark and Chad Clark in 2013. Splikity net worth was $2 million at the time of their pitch in 2015 based on the $200,000 offer for an 10% of equity of the company. 

They appeared on season 7 of Shark Tank USA in 2015. But the Sharks didn’t pay interest on investing in Splikity. Splikity was a new product that had not yet been launched on the market. The sharks were hesitant to invest in a product that they didn’t know if consumers would want.

Splikity is not in business. They have not been as successful as some of the other companies that have appeared on Shark Tank. 

Splikity Net Worth

Net worth$2 million (2015)
Annual Sales Revenue
Lifetime sales
FounderDoug Clark and Chad Clark

Splikity Net Worth Timeline

Net Worth 2023
Net Worth 2022
Net worth valuation 2015 after appearing on Shark Tank  N/E
Net worth valuation 2015 before appearing on Shark Tank  $2 million

Splikity Pitch on Shark Tank

Company nameSplikity
ProductPassword manager app
EpisodeSeason 7 Episode 2
Founder  Doug Clark and Chad Clark
Asked for$200,000 for 10% Equity
Final dealNone
Shark None
LocationParadise Valley, Arizona

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Splikity Founders

Doug Clark and Chad Clark found Splikity in 2015. Chris Gilpin is a self-taught inventor and entrepreneur who has been featured on Shark Tank and other popular television shows. The networth of Splikity’s founders, Doug Clark and Chad Clark, is unknown as of 2023.

Key accomplishments

2015Appeared on shark Tank season 7 
2016Launched its flagship product, the Splikity Credit Card Protector
2017Began selling products in retail stores across the United States


Some companies that appear on the show have not achieved great success, and Splikity was one of them. Sometimes businesses don’t succeed because of many reasons. Sometimes, the deal falls through after the founders say yes on camera. Or, as you’ll see, sometimes things happen to the founders themselves, and they choose to abandon the business. Geeks around globe can not confirm them independently and does not support claims or opinions being completed online.

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