Registration Certificate Trademark -Platinum Deluxe®
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    Registration Certificate Platinum Delux



    Reg. No. 5,571,404 Registered Sep. 25, 2018
    Int. Cl.: 3
    Trademark Principal Register Platinum Delux

    CLASS 3: Non-medicated lotions for skin and face; anti-aging creams and lotions; anti-aging
    toner; non-medicated anti-aging serum; beauty serums; cosmetic creams and lotions; facial
    cream and lotion; skin cream and lotion; wrinkle removing skin care preparations; wrinkle
    resistant cream; wrinkle-minimizing cosmetic preparations for topical facial use

    FIRST USE 8-8-2017; IN COMMERCE 9-12-2017
    THE MARK CONSISTS OF STANDARD CHARACTERS WITHOUT CLAIM TO ANY
    PARTICULAR FONT STYLE, SIZE OR COLOR
    No claim is made to the exclusive right to use the following apart from the mark as shown:
    "DELUXE"
    SER. NO. 87-335,129, FILED 02-14-2017

     

    REQUIREMENTS TO MAINTAIN YOUR FEDERAL TRADEMARK REGISTRATION WARNING: YOUR REGISTRATION WILL BE CANCELLED IF YOU DO NOT FILE THE DOCUMENTS BELOW DURING THE SPECIFIED TIME PERIODS.

    Requirements in the First Ten Years* What and When to File: First Filing Deadline: You must file a Declaration of Use (or Excusable Nonuse) between the 5th and 6th years after the registration date. See 15 U.S.C. §§1058, 1141k. If the declaration is accepted, the registration will continue in force for the remainder of the ten-year period, calculated from the registration date, unless cancelled by an order of the Commissioner for Trademarks or a federal court. Second Filing Deadline: You must file a Declaration of Use (or Excusable Nonuse) and an Application for Renewal between the 9th and 10th years after the registration date.* See 15 U.S.C. §1059.

    Requirements in Successive Ten-Year Periods* What and When to File:

    You must file a Declaration of Use (or Excusable Nonuse) and an Application for Renewal between every 9th and 10th-year period, calculated from the registration date.* Grace Period Filings* The above documents will be accepted as timely if filed within six months after the deadlines listed above with the payment of an additional fee.

    *ATTENTION MADRID PROTOCOL REGISTRANTS: The holder of an international registration with an
    extension of protection to the United States under the Madrid Protocol must timely file the Declarations of Use
    (or Excusable Nonuse) referenced above directly with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
    The time periods for filing are based on the U.S. registration date (not the international registration date). The
    deadlines and grace periods for the Declarations of Use (or Excusable Nonuse) are identical to those for
    nationally issued registrations. See 15 U.S.C. §§1058, 1141k. However, owners of international registrations
    do not file renewal applications at the USPTO. Instead, the holder must file a renewal of the underlying
    international registration at the International Bureau of the World Intellectual Property Organization, under
    Article 7 of the Madrid Protocol, before the expiration of each ten-year term of protection, calculated from the
    date of the international registration. See 15 U.S.C. §1141j. For more information and renewal forms for the
    international registration, see http://www.wipo.int/madrid/en/.

    NOTE: Fees and requirements for maintaining registrations are subject to change. Please check the USPTO website for further information. With the exception of renewal applications for registered extensions of protection, you can file the registration maintenance documents referenced above online at h ttp://www.uspto.gov.

    NOTE: A courtesy e-mail reminder of USPTO maintenance filing deadlines will be sent to trademark owners/holders who authorize e-mail communication and maintain a current e-mail address with the USPTO. To ensure that e-mail is authorized and your address is current, please use the Trademark Electronic Application System (TEAS) Correspondence Address and Change of Owner Address Forms available at http://www.uspto.gov. Page: 2 of 2 / RN # 5571404

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