Over 2 years after smARtMAKER's dramatic entrance into the open source hardware community via the trademark infringement issue with Arduino founder Massimo Banzi - Makers are still screaming "Where ?!#@#%#^^ are my kits?!!!"
Answer: Rebranded and being sold in Albino's family eBay shop - Over 2500 kits already!
After successfully funding his 1st Kickstarter scampaign, Dimitri Albino made his way over to Indiegogo where with the assistance of Harold Timmis, 16000+ Backers - Students, teachers, nonprofits and makers were targeted by smARtMAKER.
An Indiegogo Trusted partner, 8 total direct campaigns there are additional campaigns executed under other company names and not included in this total) across 2 platforms - Never delivered.
Harold Timmis has proved to be as inept as previously thought and actively stringing backers along by the nose while Indiegogo does nothing.
While backers scream and vent in the comments section, and trolls misdirect the equivalent of screaming into your pillow - no one hears you; few if any have taken action.
Time to cut bait and take action - but getting backers moving in the same direction is about as effective as trying to herd cats... You could let Dimitri keep raping OSH or you can take 5 minutes to file with the FTC.
I verified with the FTC, they do not care what platform the purchase took place on, just that it happened on the internet. Here are the rules