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users. We welcome comments regarding Inventions Designs & Concepts product and
employees do not accept or consider unsolicited ideas, including product proposals,
ideas for new advertising campaigns, new promotions, innovative or improved
products or technologies, product enhancements, processes, materials, marketing
plans or new product names. Please do not send any original creative artwork,
suggestions or other works. Inventions Designs & Concepts wishes to avoid potential
misunderstandings or disputes when Inventions Designs & Concepts products or
marketing strategies might seem similar to ideas submitted to Inventions of Inventions  
Designs & Concepts. Therefore, please do not send your unsolicited ideas to
Inventions Designs & Concepts or anyone associated with Inventions Designs &
Concepts. If you send Inventions Designs & Concepts your ideas, despite our policy,
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Inventions Designs & Concepts an unrestricted, irrevocable license to use,
reproduce, perform, modify, transmit and distribute those materials or information,
and you also agree that Inventions Designs & Concepts is free to use all concepts,
know-how or techniques that you send us for any purpose. You agree that: (1) your
ideas will automatically become the property of Inventions Designs & Concepts,
without any compensation to you; (2) Inventions Designs & Concepts can use the
ideas for any purpose and in any way, even give them to others; (3) Inventions
Designs & Concepts will have no obligation to return your idea to you or respond to
you in any way; and (4) Inventions Designs & Concepts will have no obligation to keep
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