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Report: #1200489

Complaint Review: World Patent Marketing - Nationwide

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  • Reported By: MichaelH — Florida
  • World Patent Marketing Nationwide USA

World Patent Marketing Desa Deceive and lie to regular herd working people for the sole porpose of making money. Miami, FL / NY Nationwide

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I am a former employee at WPM and let me explain you exactly how this scam works.

First step is they'll tell you to send in your idea so that they can get it to their "professional" review team so they can determine if your idea is something they believe can be successful and if they want to help you work on it. - Lies!

Next day they'll call you and tell you your idea passed the minimum requirements and they are now sending it over to the review team for more research and that most ideas don't make it past the review. - Lies!

The following day they'll call and tell you that the review team requested more time to research your product ,which is usually a good sign because if they don't like an idea they'll usually drop it right away, so if the review team likes your idea you'll know you're on to something great. -Lies!

Then on the 4th day they call you excitingly telling you that the review team loved your idea! they definitely see potential for it to be marketed or licensed to a major manufacture, and World patent marketing wants to be a part of your project! The next step is to create an "invention royalty analysis". They will tell you this is absolutely necessary and required by manufactures and If you were to create the analysis by yourself it would cost around $7K, but since WPM wants to help you, they will absorb most of the cost and your price will end up being $1,295. Now this is not in any way a patent, it's simply the research they claim you need before even thinking of getting your patent. Once the analysis is done they will give you patent options that range from $2,000 to $30,000.

Now remember, no matter how dumb, ridicules, or unoriginal your idea may be they will always tell you everything I mentioned above because they want you to fork over the $1,295. The whole step by step process was simply created to get you exited about your idea and make you believe your millions of dollars are around the corner so that when they ask you for the $1,295 it'll sound like pennies.
They have absolutely no intention of really helping you get your idea out there. They get poor people to empty their bank accounts, they get broke people to borrow the money, all by selling them a dream that for 99% of the people has no chance of coming true.

They are literally the lowest of the low. Stay far, far away!

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