Registering your trademark doesn’t mean your brand will be automatically protected. You will still have to keep a close eye online in order to monitor any possible misuse of your trademark. This work can be done manually or with the help of trademark protection services like Red Points.
Not only does the service constantly scan for infringements, meaning it can find them nearly as soon as they enter the online market, but it can initiate the take-down process for you and could potentially save you the time and money of taking legal action.
What is covered under trademark protection?
A trademark protection service uses technology to detect potential trademark infringements continuously. With a service like Red Points, the removal process begins as soon as a trademark infringement is detected. This addresses the infringement quickly and gets to the root of the problem, so you won’t be left playing trademark infringement whack-a-mole with counterfeiters that come back faster than you can address them on your own.
If you have 15 mins, you can see Red Points in action with your brand