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Defrauded Inventors

Detailing a multilayered scheme to defraud aspiring inventors and entrepreneurs, two Westchester women say in a class action that victims pay thousands of dollars up front to InventHelp, are pressured into taking out loans from Innovation Credit Corp., pay a lawyer for patents they will never obtain, and then charged a final fee by sham distributors.

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. - Detailing a multilayered scheme to defraud aspiring inventors and entrepreneurs, two Westchester women say in a class action that victims pay thousands of dollars up front to InventHelp, are pressured into taking out loans from Innovation Credit Corp., pay a lawyer for patents they will never obtain, and then charged a final fee by sham distributors.

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