Users call for urgent action as solicitation scammers step up efforts
This weekend we were alerted to a new trademark solicitation letter, the latest in a series of campaigns that seek to dupe users into paying for trademark services on the mistaken assumption that they are paying required fees to the USPTO. Faced with a seemingly endless wave of such scams, users have told us that they want more to be done to fight this scourge.
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