Inventors, dreamers, idea people or anyone else with a new invention or new product idea that my Aunt Nellie or her six kids might like to have ….. PLEASE READ ON.
I’m about to make you a highly unusual offer.
Companies gladly pay out millions of dollars every year to folks who bring them great new products or new inventions to sell. That’s called invention licensing. The company gets a great new product and the inventor gets a percentage on each one that’s sold. They’re happy. The inventor’s happy. Everybody’s happy.
However, these companies won’t talk to just anyone who knocks on their door, and that’s where we come in.
We are an international invention licensing company looking for new inventors with exciting new inventions and new product ideas for our established clients and contacts. If you’ve invented what you think can become a high-volume consumer product, or even if you just have an idea for one, I urge you to read on. I think you’ll like what I’m about to tell you.
I assure you, we are not an invention marketing company, and you have my personal pledge that we will not try to sell you a patent search, or some worthless “research” report.
Further, we won’t try to get you to pay us to send your idea out in a useless junk mailing to a list of manufacturers. Executives laugh at letters like these and routinely throw them unopened into the trash. I’ve seen them do it myself.
If you have a great new consumer invention or product idea, we’ll get you a great royalty deal.
That’s our business.
$ 189 period
If you visit any of those sites that promise to “help” inventors – you can search every page and you´ll never find out what that “help” costs. That’s because if you knew how many thousands of dollars they intend to bilk you out of – you´ll run as fast as you can. Their sites look very swanky with pictures of executives in great suits and plush offices – but mostly it´s just a guy in his underwear working out of his one bedroom apartment, hoping to land a sucker inventor or two so he can pay his rent. Don´t be one of them.
I only have one charge, period, and I´m happy to feature it on my front page because it´s so dirt cheap for all I do for my inventors (and I even refund that if I land them a licensing deal).
People tell me I should charge a lot more, but $189 is perfect for my purposes — it gets rid of the free loaders, yet it´s not too much to scare off serious inventors whose inventions I´d love to see.
So if you check around and do your due diligence, you´ll find that I´m the guy still standing (and not in my underwear)..