I have invested over $12,000 into the project. It would have been more except that at the end of the prototype development, the company offered me a deal whereby they retained 20% of the product rights for me not having to invest any more into it.
Davison has been in trouble with USPTO for questionable practices and is at the end of settling a lawsuit where a client put a second mortgage on his home for $12,000.
If an invention is a good one then $150 to $300 is all an inventor should have to pay for an evaluation. At that point the company should be willing to invest in the product for a percentage of the profits.
They will have to do a lot of leg work so, therfore the modest fee is not unreasonable because their time is worth something.
Consider www.Lambertinvent.com, they will foot the entire bill if they accept your product.
I don`t have the link regarding the write up about Davison but if you were to google on Davison fraud PA, I`m sure you will find them.
Of course you don`t have to pay anymore money because $12,000 is a big pay day. Now if they should finally get your product licensed, then that`s just bonus money.
P.S. her`s the link