The majority of inventors who come to us for guidance, have not been through the invention process before. They may have seen ads on TV or radio encouraging them to “submit your idea”. The inventors then begin to payout large sums of monies to so-called ‘invention advisors’. A year may go by and they’re no further along than when they started.
You may find it hard to believe that these “nice consultants” may encourage you to spend money, in order to pursue an invention that has no market potential or, worse yet, steal your ideas.
Many invention companies, distributors, or even production companies, are experts at operating in gray areas of the law. They may have talked you into signing a contract that puts you at a serious disadvantage where you never end up seeing a dime in royalties.
Even the more seasoned inventor can fall prey to industry scams. Sophisticated networks of knock-off artists troll the internet for hit products. They implement schemes to pass off your product as their own. Even though you may have a patent, trademark or copyrighted images, you may not know (or have the resources) to protect what is yours.
If any of this sounds familiar to you, we are here to educate you to help spot, stop and avoid the fraudulent, deceptive and unfair business practices of the invention industry.
Contact us today.