Call For International Cooperation
Letter Distributed to mostly European Prospects
My name is Ronald J.
Riley. I am an American independent inventor.
I rose through the ranks of industry and in 1990 left
employment with a Sun Oil subsiderary to become an
independent inventor. After discovering that
intellectual property was much harder to defend as an
independent I founded the Professional Inventor's
Alliance to allow independent inventors who were at the
enforcement stage to share tactical information about how
to deal with well healed corporate adversaries.
Seven years ago I became a very active participant in
Washington, DC politics in regards to public policy on
intellectual policy as such relates to the independent
As my public profile grew
and many aspiring inventors contacted me I created web
based educational resources to help those inventors learn
the ropes. This led to the creation of www.InventorEd.org, an IRS approved nonprofit. An important
part of this entities work has been to help inventors
world wide avoid fraudulent invention promoters. To
this end I created an index to companies who have been
cited by the Federal Trade Commission www.ftc.gov for less than reputable business
practices. That directory is located at www.InventorEd.org/caution/.
As the United States
government has closed in on invention promoters many of
them have expanded their operations to other countries or
even moved their operations outright to those countries,
including Australia, Canada, Ireland, and the United
I have received reports
that Invention Submission Corporation (ISC) (www.inventorEd.org/caution/isc/) has used libel law in the UK to silence past
customers, to prevent those customers from telling others
about how they have been liberated of the equivalent of
$10,000 to $20,000 US dollars. Last year ISC used
litigation to silence Michael S. Neustel, a Registered
Patent Attorney located in North Dakota (USA). Mr.
Neustel founded the National Inventor Fraud Center Inc.
(NIFC). I also have reports that many other
inventor advocates are being threatened by invention
promoters like ISC. And now, the same company is
attacking me personally. In my view this is a
coordinated attempt to stop dissemination of information
about the value of their services to inventors.
When I broke the story of
how ISC, their attorney, and a host of companies had been
named in RICO (racketeering) (http://www.inventored.org/caution/isc/nifc-rico.html) action I received a demand letter (http://www.inventored.org/caution/isc/friedmandemand.html) to remove all mention of the defendant's name
and any mention of the charges even though publication of
such is constitutionally protected speech in
America. A recap of the case is available at:
The point of this post is
to ensure that people in all effected countries are aware
of the invention promotion problem and especially to make
you aware that as we put these players out of business in
America that they are moving their operations to your
countries. I invite those who are interested in
this problem to collaborate with myself and others in
The key to stopping these
companies is to coordinate actions against their
operations in all countries where they have a
presence. We have launched a program in the United
States to force each state's Attorney General to open
investigations into the invention promotion problem.
I am looking to facilitate
international cooperation between inventor advocates and
governmental agencies to rid the world of invention
promoters who take inventors money with virtually no
results and in the process deny those people's
communities the benefit of the jobs and prosperity those
inventors could produce.
Thank you for taking the
time to read this.
Ronald J. Riley
Personal Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
President, Professional Inventors Alliance
Advisory Board President,
Alliance for American Innovation, Inc., Wash, DC
Founder of InventorEd, Inc.
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