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This response is directed to Mark Weston. You weren’t misled. You signed a written contract for services and then didn’t pay for them. We attempted to work with you, upon your request, regarding your idea. You agreed to pay over $13,000.00 for services pursuant to a written contract. You stated numerous times that you had a financial backer for your project, but continued to drag out the payment for the services for over a year. You then requested to have the fees for your services reduced and stated once again that the funds were on their way. The company’s representative continued to speak with you, and only after another 3 weeks passed without any payment did he tell you that he was placing your file in an inactive status. What that meant was that the company would not keep calling, but would perform the work as soon as you arranged to pay for it. We kept your file open from March of 2008 until July of 2009, without a payment after June of 2008. For some reason, you expect the company to work without payment. You would not expect this from any other person or company who provides you services. If you could not pay for the services and wished to terminate the agreement, you did not inform the company. This is the first time that we have heard from you since August of 2009. If you are requesting to have your file closed, instead of placed on inactive status, please send a formal request to cca@davisoninvents.com. You must inform Davison of your intentions to terminate the contract and request to resolve the account balance. Upon receiving your email we will look into your information and contract terms and provide you with a formal letter of the decision. Below is a basic outline of how our company does business. Clearly, all of our services are provided with full risk disclosures and on a written contract basis only. Therefore, to somehow suggest that those who purchase our service get “ripped off” is untrue. We can only ask that clients re-read the agreements and compare our services to other companies. You will find our pricing to be very reasonable. Step One: All potential clients must acknowledge that invention development is high risk. In order to do so, each prospective customer is provided with an Affirmative Disclosure and an American Inventors Protection Act disclosure. All potential clients must acknowledge that they received and read these disclosures before we accept any idea submission from them. Thereby, we ensure that invention submitters understand that inventing is time-consuming, costly and rarely results in profit. As a result, none of our clients should have the impression that inventing is easy and financially rewarding. Inventing can be educational, fun and exciting as long as everyone keeps in mind that profit is unlikely. Step Two: Pre-development Service Offer: After receipt of an invention idea we often offer to perform preliminary design research services on the project. This would include researching prior patents of inventions that are similar or perform the same function as the idea submitted and information on other products that are for sale or have been for sale that are similar to the one submitted. Any service offer made to a potential client is made in writing so that clients are assured of exactly what services they are purchasing. Step Three: Invention Prototype Services Offer: If the inventor does not have a professional quality sample for use, we can perform one or more services, including brainstorming new product designs, designing components, creating prototypes, building working models, virtual reality renderings, video demonstrations of the invention in use and complete product graphics and packaging. Here again, any service offerings are outlined in a written contract so that clients are assured of exactly what services they are purchasing. Step Four: Licensing Representation: Once projects are designed, built and packaged our team presents them to companies for licensing consideration. We wish you the best of luck with your invention or idea. CCA
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davison inventigration is just a way tp rip people off they say they'll put your ideas to work and develope your product when in realty they ripp you off by changing the cost and developement and ask for diffrene amounts and changes that never accure and as soon as you find out about the thousands of people they scam they'll claim your file is inactive and steal your money never sending a penny back to you claiming you didn't do your part These people are profesional theives that steal your money i know i was and am a victom of there lowlife scam

Monetary Loss: $4000.

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