The Amazon Brand Registry

The Amazon Brand Registry

Sellers – are you about to be kicked off Amazon?

Special trade mark offer: $399 plus government fees and tax. Avoid having your brand hijacked. Fight off Amazon copycats. Contact us now to start registering your trade mark.

READY TO BE KICKED OFF AMAZON?

At present, another Amazon seller can trademark your brand and then stop you from using it on Amazon. How much would that cost you in lost sales? What would happen to your business?

That’s right – if you wanted to continue selling on Amazon, you’d have to start over from scratch.

So if you’re serious about making money on Amazon, then you must trademark your brand and enrol on the Amazon Brand Registry.

In this article, we’ll explain how the Amazon Brand Registry works, and provide some tips about dealing with the necessary trade mark issues.

AMAZON BRAND REGISTRY |
THE ULTIMATE GUIDE (2019)

The Amazon Brand Registry has become an essential service for serious Amazon sellers.

Your most important benefit is that it gives you much stronger protections from unethical competitors on Amazon.

However, to list your products on the Amazon Brand Registry, you must have a trade mark that’s been officially registered under law by one of Amazon’s designated government Trade Marks Offices.

The Australian Trade Marks Office is a particularly good option. Not just for local businesses but also for overseas Amazon sellers whose main concern is simply to meet the Brand Registry Requirement.

Trade mark registration in Australia is generally less expensive and often faster. You may also find that there is less competition for your brand names.

Here at Acorn Trade Mark Attorneys, we have created a special Amazon trade mark registration offer for businesses that want to enrol in the Amazon Brand Registry.

So if you’re interested in registering a trade mark for the Amazon Brand Registry, please get in touch with one of our registered trade marks attorneys via the special offer contact form.

At present, another Amazon seller can trademark your brand and then stop you from using it on Amazon. How much would that cost you in lost sales? What would happen to your business?

That’s right – if you wanted to continue selling on Amazon, you’d have to start over from scratch.

So if you’re serious about making money on Amazon, then you must trademark your brand and enrol on the Amazon Brand Registry.

In this article, we’ll explain how the Amazon Brand Registry works, and provide some tips about dealing with the necessary trade mark issues.

AMAZON BRAND REGISTRY
THE ULTIMATE GUIDE (2019)

The Amazon Brand Registry has become an essential service for serious Amazon sellers.

The most important benefit you’ll get is that it gives you much stronger protections from unethical competitors on Amazon.

However, to list your products on the Amazon Brand Registry, you must have a trade mark that’s been officially registered under law by one of Amazon’s designated government Trade Marks Offices.

Special trade mark offer: $399 plus government fees and tax. Avoid having your brand hijacked. Fight off Amazon copycats.

Simply tell us about the brand or logo you’d like to trademark, and we’ll get back to you with some advice about the best way forward.

The Australian Trade Marks Office is a particularly good option. Not just for local businesses but also for overseas Amazon sellers whose main concern is simply to meet the Brand Registry Requirement.

Trade mark registration in Australia is generally less expensive and often faster. You may also find that there is less competition for your brand names.

Here at Acorn Trade Mark Attorneys, we have created a special Amazon trade mark registration offer for businesses that want to enrol in the Amazon Brand Registry.

So if you’re interested in registering a trade mark for the Amazon Brand Registry, please get in touch with one of our registered trade marks attorneys via the special offer contact form.

HOW CAN ACORN TRADE MARKS ATTORNEYS HELP ME?

If you’re planning to sign up for the Amazon Brand Registry in any of the participating countries, we can help with quick, easy and budget-friendly trade mark services in Australia. And if your only concern is getting on the Amazon Brand Registry, we’ve created special something just for you:

Special trade mark offer: $399 plus government fees and tax

If you’re trading abroad or considering an overseas expansion, our trade mark attorneys are also able to help you by searching the relevant trade mark databases and filing applications.

Naturally we’re willing to have a chat about any other questions you might have about trade mark searches. If so, just click on our free consultation form with your question, and we’ll get back to you directly.

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