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Trademark issue

Labeled as discuss in Legal Discussion started by shah fahad, Apr 18, 2019.

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  1. shah fahad

    shah fahad Established Member

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    If facebook.company is a trademark so why "trademarkia.com" give options to apply for trademark registration?
     
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  2. frank-germany

    frank-germany F1lter.com xpired domain search engine Gold Account VIP

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    ask trademarkia
     
  3. shah fahad

    shah fahad Established Member

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    Ok sir!:xf.smile:
     
  4. shah fahad

    shah fahad Established Member

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    Got an answer to my question from trademarkia:
    You can always file for a Trademark even if someone else has it. That is your right but Our attorneys will review everything and advise you against it if there are any issues or conflicts. You could file for Facebook even by filing directly to the USPTO.
     
  5. Sumeeth

    Sumeeth DomExpert VIP

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    May be because they get money to initialise trademark...
     
  6. BaileyUK

    BaileyUK Top Member VIP

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    They will always accept an application, due to the 45 different classes of TM. (Goods & services) Getting it approved though is a whole different matter
     
    Last edited: Apr 18, 2019
  7. urlurl

    urlurl Top Member VIP

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    you can file, they make money, but you wont get the trademark, sorry no refunds, LMFAO
     
  8. dande

    dande Premium Domain Names VIP

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    They only review after you have filed. So, it's within their boundary to ask you to file, review will expose the details. Then, they decide whether to approve or not
     

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