Update by user Feb 07, 2012
Davison is now pushing and threating me with legal actions if I don\'t correct my post. So here it is: Please be very careful when you show your invention to Davison. Once you start your account you\'ll have to accept the \"American Inventor\'s Protection Act of 1999 35 United States Code Â§297\". Please read very well the paragraphs 3 and 5:
\"Davison charges a fee of seven hundred and forty five dollars ($745) plus a ten percent commission of all money received by the client on the sale or license of the product\"
\"While the fees for these services are individually quoted based upon the complexity, type and anticipated design work and materials to be used in designing and constructing the invention, the fees typically range from eight thousand dollars ($8,000) to fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000)\"
You won\'t be able to do anything if you don\'t pay at least US$8,745, and your idea will be theirs already.
And, by the way, be prepared to receive many insistent calls from them.
Update by user Jan 10, 2012
Original review posted by user Dec 29, 2011
Davison, that company that supposes to help you to develop your invention cheats!!. They will charge yoi initially US$740 to "evaluate" your invention.
Once you paid that amount they send ypu a letter saying that you have to pay US$10.000 to keep working in the development of your invention. They try to convince you sending you a video of NBC where they talk about Davison.
I will make the arrangements with NBC to let them know that Davison is using them to support a cheat. Please avoid any business with this company, unless you have enough money to spend in nothing.