The United States Patent Association - Modern Stock Scams Using The Name of The United States Patent Association

Modern Stock Scams Using The Name of The United States Patent Association

Certain promoters of stocks claim that their companies have “patents registered with the Untied(sic) States Patent Association”. This is a meaningless designation because:

  • The United States Patent Association does not exist anymore, and
  • There is no such thing as "holding patents with an association". Patents are issued by governments only.

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