Get your trademark registered in just 3 easy steps using our simple online questionnaire.
Complete our simple questionnaire to begin the registration process. Most people finish in as little as 7 minutes.
We create the official application for you. Plus, we'll conduct a search to reveal direct-hit conflicts.
Your completed application will be filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
The Amazon Brand Registry provides greater protection of your brand and increases your visibility on the Amazon Marketplace. To participate, you have to have a registered trademark. We can help you get there with the USPTO. The brand registry can help you prevent counterfeiters, listing hijackers and trademark infringers.
Before spending your time and money filing an application, you should do a search to see if your mark is already in use or registered by someone else. A search will help avoid obvious duplications of pre-existing marks. If the USPTO rejects your application, the fees to Trademark Engine and the USPTO are not refundable. If your company is just beginning, it’s better to make name changes now rather than invest in building a brand only to learn that you have to change the name and lose all of your goodwill. All packages include a free, federal direct-hit search.
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To be eligible for Amazon’s® Marketplace Brand Registry Program, Amazon requires brands to have a registered trademark on the principal register with the USPTO for a word mark or an image-based mark. To be eligible, the application must be complete and approved which may take 6-8 months for the USPTO to process. According to Amazon, they do not accept pending applications or marks registered on the supplemental register.
According to Amazon, the benefits of getting on their brand registry include product listing protection from other sellers, more visibility in searches, better conversion rates when people find the brand, more control of the product listings and a more stream-lined process to shut down counterfeiters.