Reply by Davison Inventions

Previously you were asked to respond to in an email sent to you by Pissed Consumers. For some reason you elected not to respond. We’d like to take this opportunity to explain that you had entered into very specific services outlined in a Pre-Development and Representation agreement. The Pre-Development services portion of the contact states we . . . “would perform an industry product review. This information illustrates how corporations are advertising, packaging and marketing their products. Although extensive, this may not reveal every product for sale or under development world-wide.” Current research and development methodologies utilize the internet search engine company and product location functions to identify extensive amounts of data. Your assessment that Google was utilized to perform some of the research is correct. We can perform individual journal and periodic searches for you at a much great cost; however, we still would not be able to match the power of today’s internet research capabilities. To complain about utilizing the internet to locate and identify companies that might be selling similar products that relate to an invention seems peculiar. Your complaint suggests that we did not describe our fee structure to you - that is incorrect. If you contacted Davison after June of 2008, you received and acknowledged an affirmative disclosure notice (describing the risks associated with new product development) and, in addition, you received an American Inventors Protection Act (AIPA) disclosure. The AIPA disclosure clearly states all fee ranges for the different services our team provides. Likewise, if you are from a state like Texas, California, North Carolina and many others that require an advanced description of fees and contracts, you received that information a second time before you spent a penny. We can’t tell exactly what you received because you haven’t identified yourself. In addition, the Pre-Development and Representation agreement that you agreed to states that design and product sample preparation services are not covered by the agreement That contract also clearly informed you that you would have to provide a sample of your product idea to Davison and that the company would offer to make one for you under a separate contract for a separate fee. It does seem odd that you did not respond to the request to contact us. Either you spent some additional time reviewing the original agreements and realize that your complaint is in error or this complaint was lodged by a competitor. We have found through other complaint channel web-based services that in some cases over 70% of the complaints on a particular website were tracked back to competitors. If you are a competitor, please comply with the rules of business etiquette and fundamental ethics If you are truly a client we are willing to re-explain the agreements. We are also more than willing to consider any criticism of the portfolio provided to you. If it wasn’t up to par, we will make it right. But that means you will have to contact us. You may elect to find a prototype and packaging shop in your local area to construct your product sample. If we furnished you with a New Product Sample Agreement in the past you can simply use this agreement as a means to ensure you receive the proper design, development and packaging services. Just remove the pricing from the agreement and, hopefully, you can find a company to produce your sample at less cost. In general, our pricing is substantially less than most prototype firms. Best of luck, if you’re a client, and if we can assist in the future please let us know. Sincerely, CCA
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I am disabled from an auto accident & cannot walk. I received a small settlement that takes care of my monthly expenses and that's about it.

I sent an idea to Davison and was contacted by Erik Champagne. I sent them the 685 for a garbage portfolio that was printed off of the Internet ( the pages were even left marked as Google printoffs ), after telling me there would be no other costs, I was told unless I came up with another $12,800 dollars my project wouldn't go anywhere.

I'm really upset that I was scammed and taken for a fool. Please do not fall for the same trap I did.

Monetary Loss: $12.

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Thanks for posting this info, they contacted my husband today about his invention I am thanking GOD that he had to stay at work and I was able to get the call. immediately i checked them out online.GOD BLESS YOU ALL FOR YOUR STORIES


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