- Report: #775340
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Complaint Review: Innovators Warehouse, Kenny Durham, United Inventors Association, Mark Reyland
Innovators Warehouse, Kenny Durham, United Inventors Association, Mark Reyland931 SW Lemans Lane Lee's Summit, Missouri United States of America
Innovators Warehouse, Kenny Durham, United Inventors Association, Mark Reyland Brenda Durham, Lee's Summit New Scam Lee's Summit, Missouri
*Author of original report: Kenny Durham Innovators Warehouse Mark Reyland
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: References
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: References
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From innovators warehouse bio:
"I took a good long look at myself and I really tried to evaluate my future career path. On the short list of jobs I was interested in were race car driver, brain surgeon, pro athlete, double not spy, international playboy and the forgotten heir to the throne of a small, very rich country. "- Kenny Durham
This is what you will hire to be your # 1 boy?
Mark Reyland and Kenny Durham are cut from the same cloth, scam artists and thieves. One does have to wonder what Roger Brown brings to the table, who seems to be all over the internet promoting these two. Joining with Telebrands is supposed to be a reputable success? That company will support anything that puts money into their own pockets. Only new inventors to the community will fall for this, which is sad with so many out there. Other than talking a lot, what experience gives Mark Reyland the pedigree he claims to have? Nothing. Look up products he claims to be successful with and see who the real patent holder is.
Kenny Durham claims the only gift he has to give is not going through the buffet before you do. He claims to have licensed IP, formed start-ups around IP, sold IP outright, sold IP at auctions, and done IP in just about every way you can do it. The only thing he HAS done is ride on the success of others and then attack the very people who started his career. Go eat at his buffet and walk away with food poisoning.
Would Eric White, Diane Fitz, Amy Schleicher, Lauren Wagner, Michael Hohenberg or any of the other past employees who no longer work for Kenny Durham in his short two year career care to step up and save his reputation? Let's see all this glory and experience he claims to have.
Kenny Durham's bio claims he was in switch sales managing a six state territory with sales of four million, would they care to give him a glowing review on rip off report to protect him? Maybe the owner of Van Tuyle where he claims to be one of the top 10 car SALES managers in the country? He stumbled across the opportunity to broker IP and it became a passion? Where? How? Is he brokering IP or is he not and when did he start? Did he ever quit and for how long? Can he answer all these questions on this site? What is the first IP deal he negotiated and sold, or will this just become another accusation of casting blame and avoiding the truth accusing others for his downfall and making him the victim? Poor, poor Kenny. Let's hear all about his success and see a catalog full of his past IP Passion prior to 2010, maybe then we'll know he is real. People who have something to offer have people in their past who believe in them.
Consumers would like to know.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/10/2011 09:20 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Innovators-Warehouse-Kenny-Durham-United-Inventors-Association-Mark-Reyland/Lees-Summit-Missouri-/Innovators-Warehouse-Kenny-Durham-United-Inventors-Association-Mark-Reyland-Brenda-Durh-775340. 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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