If i invested in an invention, how do I know if anything ever come of it?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Dear Sir or Madam,
I am not sure what you are referring to when you said that you invested in an invention. Did you give money to an individual or company so that its invention could be patented? Were there any papers that you were given before or after you tendered the money? Can you prove that you made this investment, i.e., a canceled check? It is possible that you may have a claim against those that sold you the "investment" under your state's "blue sky" law. Feel free to contact me if you do not wish to post this information online.
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