InventHelp Fraud Class Action Has Legs, Court Told

By Matthew Santoni (February 1, 2019, 8:20 PM EST) -- An aspiring inventor urged a Pennsylvania federal court Thursday to clear the way for her to pursue a proposed class action alleging invention-marketing company InventHelp is "built completely upon lies and fraud," criticizing objections by the company and an attorney to a magistrate judge's recommendations.

In two briefs filed in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania, proposed lead plaintiff Etta Calhoun said the court should overrule objections by the company and attorney Thomas Frost, a defendant in the case, to a report by a magistrate judge that suggested fraud and other claims in the case should be...

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