Our Trademark Department can help you search trademark applications that will later be registered. We have the latest system for conducting trademark searches that you can accept quickly and precisely. A trademark search is essential to know whether your trademark is too similar to other marks that are registered or are being filed. Our trademark specialists can also give you a comprehensive opinion of your chances of successful trademark registration.
Procedure for Trademark Search :
Could you send your instructions via email to email@example.com.
We will let you know about the fees.
After you make a payment, we immediately carry out a trademark search.
We'll let you know about the brand search results and give you a comprehensive opinion on the search results within two working days.
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