Trademark registers and trademark data are available to the public. It’s a common practice that some third parties approach trademark holders with suspicious letters or invoices. The recipients of these letters are often under the impression that they originate from some official trademark registers or some other official agencies.
We are aware that a number of parties use the public information contained in the trademark register to approach trademark holders and offer them their services. In view of the nature of some of these offers, we constantly warn trademark holders to exercise some caution and not take up an offer without verification.
So, beware of fraud in case of trademark registrations. If any doubt, you can always contact SimplyRight.
In case of any queries about the registration of a trademark, please contact SimplyRight.
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