- Report: #163669
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Complaint Review: George M. Davison - Davison Inventegration - Frank Weissert
George M. Davison - Davison Inventegration - Frank WeissertRIDC Park 595 Alpha Drive Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania U.S.A.
George M. Davison - Davison Inventegration - Frank Weissert RIPOFF They're a deceptive company. An unworthy, misleading company. Davison has cash and property that belong to me and they will not return them. 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..
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My initial contact was with someone named Frank Weissert. He was my liaison between me and Davison, the owner of the company. An initial request for $685.00 was requested and sent out and from then to now, they are still ripping people off.
Bronx, New York
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 11/07/2005 05:32 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/George-M-Davison-Davison-Inventegration-Frank-Weissert/Pittsburgh-Pennsylvania-15238-2911/George-M-Davison-Davison-Inventegration-Frank-Weissert-RIPOFF-Theyre-a-deceptive-com-163669. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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