It was known as Invention Submission Corporation back then. I had submitted in secrecy a notarized document in 1990.
A year or so later I filed for a patent from the US Patent office. ISC said they couldn't help me and didn't think the idea was that great anyway. I have the documentation and in 1993 somehow a husband a wife got their filing date in before mine, despite mine being sent in first to the USPO. I was disappointed that ISC didn't represent me, and I feel they knew this inventor person, or didn't help me keep them from coming up with the same idea pretty much.
I think I would qualify, because I had a an attorney tell me recently that I might not have been represented properly by them back then.
I'm curious to how the other inventor came up with the idea like a year or so after I did. Now another man bought the patent that lives in the same state as them years ago, and he has been quite successful selling a similar product to mine.
Reason of review: Poor customer service.
Monetary Loss: $100000.
Preferred solution: You somehow get publicity for my product and make it known that I am the original inventor of this process of putting off a board like. .
I didn't like: Them and how they represented me.