- Report: #311059
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: Inventors Publishing & Research
Inventors Publishing & Research60 Spear Street San Francisco, California U.S.A.
Inventors Publishing & Research didn't present my patent at trade shows as contracted and lied about contacting and getting responses from companies interested in idea San Francisco California
*Consumer Comment: RETRACTION OF PREVIOUS POSTS
*Consumer Comment: Shortening
*Consumer Comment: STEPS TO GET RECOURSE
*Consumer Comment: WE WERE RIPPED OFF AS WELL - DISTURBING PATTERN HERE FOR THIS COMPANY
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During the nine months of my contract many changes in the company came about. My Product Licensing Manager changed three times, Chief Executive Officer changed, Director of Marketing changed and IP&R changed to Absolutely New to Amazing Innovations.
I received my last report in the month of February 2006.According to the report IP&R had contacted Procter and Gamble Co.and awaiting feedback , My patent was under review and indicated that it could take awhile because they are a large company. They stressed to me that they would follow up. Never again contacted me.
In August of 2006, Procter and Gamble Co. Advertised a product on National Television Identical to my idea I had entrusted to IP&R. How unbelievable is that. It is very true that IP&R is definitely a RIPOFF. How can get Money Back?
Brooklyn, New York
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/22/2008 11:12 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Inventors-Publishing-Research/San-Francisco-California-94105/Inventors-Publishing-Research-didnt-present-my-patent-at-trade-shows-as-contracted-and-311059. 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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