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In about 2003 I emailed Davidson Inventegration about an idea for a tail gating deterent due to the high number of rear end collisions. A supposedly nice bloke called James Woodruff phoned me late at night as I am in Australia and suggested the idea would have a return in the 6 figure range, I would need to pay about $600 for patent search, stupidly done the next contact was by another arrogant bloke as Mr Woodruff had parted ways, this bloke asked for more money to develope a prototype to present to clients 10k, stupidly paid. Next I recieved one glossy page of the cardboar packaging it would supposedly come in, approved with a signature and sent back then a request to show it to one client then never heard of again or contactable after many attempts, even lodging some more fake ideas on their site waiting for some goose to ring me.
Monetary Loss: $10.