- Report: #181671
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: Davison Design & Development
Davison Design & DevelopmentRIDC Park, 595 Alpha Drive Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania U.S.A.
Davison Design & Development What happens to my idea? Can I sue ..I REALLY don't want to be ripped off!! Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Pittsburgh Pennsylvania
*Update.. Rip-off Report Investigation: Davison Design and Development (Davison Inventegration) pledges to resolve all complaints and address any issues with customer service, commitment to 100 percent customer satisfaction - commitment from Mr Davison and other executives, inventors should feel confident in trusting Davison's commitment to their project..
Now my problem is; What happens to MY idea? That they have. I know I signed a confidentiality agrement, but will that really hold up if they were to produce my product with out my say so?
I am really scared!! I hold this idea dear to my heart. Please if you can give me any info contact me through the rebuttal key.
Harper Woods, Michigan
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