Report: #1438208

Complaint Review: InventSai - Canonsburg PA

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  • Reported By: Aisha — Columbus OH United States
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  • InventSai 375 Southpointe Blvd Canonsburg, PA United States

InventSai took over $900 from me and changed the title of it to make it something that already has a patent. Canonsburg PA

*Author of original report: Maybe, maybe not

*Consumer Comment: Possibility

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I contacted InventSai with my invention idea with a drawing and broken down explanation of what the product should be. After pushing me to pay $945 to research and have the idea patented. They sent me a binder with something completely different and started it could not be patented because it was thought of already.

I made sure to do my own research before I submitted my idea and it exact idea was not though of yet. What they changed my idea to was patented so I received nothing for my money. I reached out to let them know that they will up the wrong idea and they have been in touch since. Why would a company scam people out of their hard earned money? I still have my receipts , drawings, and emails of them contacting me.

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#2 Author of original report

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AUTHOR: Aisha - (United States)

POSTED: Wednesday, April 11, 2018

 I wouldn't have thought so if they did not change what my idea was in their own write up. I wore out and explained my idea and they changed it to something that was already patented. This is what upset me. Why would they change what I have to something else that is already listed this my idea was not listed as something that already has a patent? I triple explained through write up, drawing with it's title and over the phone. The drawing from the company was changed and they changed the whole description of my invention idea. There was no way there should have been any confusion. I do understand what you mean by partial patent and fill patent. I did some research to make sure it was not a patent for he already and therefore is still not but I was denied because it was changed.

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AUTHOR: Chaiya - (United States)

POSTED: Wednesday, April 11, 2018

I just want to give you some background of how to patent an invention and a bit of novelty of invention.

An invention which can be patened must be non-obvious. In other words, it must have unique functional features that other inventions already have. An improvement of an existing invention is NOT patentable unless it describes a completely different method of use (and not being used in any other inventions/products).

To file a patent, inventors or petitions may file for a patent but all fees won't be returned if the invetion fails to prove its novelty. The fees would be in thousands of dollars before the invention is examined. That's why the patent search comes into play because the research cost to determine novelty of an invention (with an opinion from an attorney) is less than a thousand dollars.

In patent research, they will look for both exactly matched and partially matched to the invention. If exactly matched patents exist, then your invention is obviously not patentable. If partialy matched patents exist, then your invention is likely not be patentable. However, the invention may need some improvement to become more non-obvious and that could be patentable.

In your case, I have no idea why your invention deems not patentable. Though, it is likely that your invention idea is partially matched by some other existing patents. If you still believe that your invention is patentable, you may go to a patent attorney and ask for opinion with your current information/material. You may need to pay some fees to the attorney unless the attorney is going to work for you pro bono. Your case is not an obvious rip-off depending on your invention idea.

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