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ISC - Owner Threatens Critics

ISC wants Your Business


Invention Submission Corporation (ISC) and associated companies have earned special treatment on this page because the organization has the distinction of being the largest and most aggressive maze of companies of it's type, read about their indiscretions at the Federal Trade Commission site. www.isconline.com/services.htm - Jodie Bernstein - FTC-95 All of Mr. Berger's known associates are marked on this list in RED.

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  -----Original Message-----
From: Paul Friederichs <
NPaulF@AOL.COM>
To:
INVENTORS@HOME.EASE.LSOFT.COM  
Date: Sunday, November 08, 1998 12:57 AM
Subject: Re: INVENTION SUBMISSION CORPORATION

In a message dated 98-11-07 19:16:12 EST, you write:

<< Has anyone notice that Mr. Berger has been conspicuously quiet since he
had his secretary make the original allegations?  Thoughts? >>


Jim,

"Gith " is secret claim terminology.  Actually, I have no idea what I was
typing there.

My thought is that Mr. berger does not wish to peruse any action against
anyone as he could not take the publicity.  He desire is for everyone to
settle down and allow him to quietly pursue his assault on the inventors!  Do
you know what a defense of "truth" would look like in litigation?  Wow.  The
case would have a million witnesses and information Mr. Berger wants behind
closed doors would escape into the media.  he doesn't want to discuss the
integrity of his business.  We have access to too much damaging information.
I think we should dig it out and start posting it.

The LAST thing we want is for Mr. Berger's silence to deflate our persuit of
truth.

N. Paul Friederichs
www.angenehm.com
Patent Atty. # 36,515

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-----Original Message-----
From: David F. Cox <bigd@KBNET.CO.UK>
To: INVENTORS@HOME.EASE.LSOFT.COM  
Date: Saturday, November 07, 1998 2:13 PM
Subject: ISC

>I suggest that you subscribe to the mailing list Inventnet.com and clear up
the issues surrounding ISC and stop the mud flying before some lands on you.

  -----Original Message-----
From: Ronald J. Riley <
rjriley@RJRILEY.COM>
To:
INVENTORS@HOME.EASE.LSOFT.COM  
Date: Sunday, November 08, 1998 1:11 AM
Subject: Re: ISC

It is of course far to late for Mr. Berger to avoid getting covered in mud -
and even worse - the odor surrounding ISC makes it clear that some people
have spent far too much time rolling around in the gutter.

Ronald J. Riley (810) 655-8830
President, Professional Inventors Alliance
http://www.rjriley.com/pia
Advisory Board President,
Alliance for American Innovation, Inc., Wash, DC
E-mail  rjriley@rjriley.com
Personal page: http://www.rjriley.com/about-rjriley/
Views expressed are my own.

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  -----Original Message-----
From: Jack Lander <
jlander@MAGS.NET>
To:
INVENTORS@HOME.EASE.LSOFT.COM  
Date: Sunday, November 08, 1998 3:40 PM
Subject: Re: INVENTION SUBMISSION CORPORATION

David F. Cox wrote:
>
I am hoping that as a minimum he will mention the Consent decisions in
his magazine, and, if he the slightest sniff of ISC being "dodgy" in its
current practise that he will cease to carry their advertising.
===============================================================

Publishers often hide behind a policy of "We don't know who's unethical
and who isn't."  This, of course, is a gutless response.  I once
e-mailed the publisher of a certain "mechanic's" magazine, asking him
how he could sleep at night knowing that most of the "inventor help" ads
he was running were for scams.  His reply was that if I could show him
that any of his advertisers were scams, he'd drop them.  This would get
into the Clinton realm of "It depends on your definition of scam," etc.

I propose that any company who has agreed to a consent decree and/or
fined, should not be ACCEPTED as an advertiser by a magazine, a radio or
TV station, etc. This would provide a well-defined criterion of ethics,
and eliminate the rationaliztion used by publishers, etc. who can't seem
to sacrifice the revenue from sleeze businesses.

Jack Lander
The Inventor's Bookstore

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  -----Original Message-----
From: Jack Lander <
jlander@MAGS.NET>
To:
INVENTORS@HOME.EASE.LSOFT.COM  
Date: Sunday, November 08, 1998 4:20 PM
Subject: Re: INVENTION SUBMISSION CORPORATION

The Wall Street Journal has, from time to time, written exposes about
these scum bags, but a TV show would be unparalleled - - great!  If we
could enlist Nader's help, we might get somewhere.

Let's go get 'em.

Jack


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  -----Original Message-----
From: Jack Lander <
jlander@MAGS.NET>
To:
INVENTORS@HOME.EASE.LSOFT.COM  
Date: Monday, November 09, 1998 1:31 PM
Subject: Re: INVENTION SUBMISSION CORPORATION

Re. Martin Berger's silence:  Almost certainly his lawyer has advised
him to ignore us.  He can't gain anything against our solidarity, and he
stands to lose something - - business due to bad publicity - - if he
slugs it out with us.

Our problem is that no matter how firm our resolve, and how solid our
front, we are a very limited voice compared with the millions of people
who are exposed to the sleaze ads on TV.  Somehow we've got to break
into the mass media with our story - - our cause.

Jack Lander

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