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SUCKS.COM : Another day, another generic #domain applies for trademark at the #USPTO

Summary: SUCKS.COM aspires to be a registered trademark by filing an application at the USPTO.

Ever since SCOTUS gave the green light for the registration of Booking.com as a trademark, we’ve been seeing an onslaught of new applications by registrants of generic domains. The mark applications include the TLD, which so far has been .COM 100%.

The new application for SUCKS.COM was filed with an “intend to use” clause. The domain Sucks.com was registered in 1999 and there are no sales records we could find.

“Computer services, namely, providing on-line facilities for real-time interaction with other computer users concerning topics of general interest”

Another application for SUCKS.COM that was filed in 2017 has reached its maximum number of extensions to file a statement of use (SOU) and while it’s still live, we doubt it will remain as is. The reason: while the applicant’s mailing address is the same, the holding corporation is different, and the focus is different:

“Apparel, namely, t-shirts, hats, and sweatshirts depicting the domain sucks.com”

Conclusion: New direction for the company that operates Sucks.com, and a fresh application to register the trademark SUCKS.COM with the USPTO.

SUCKS.COM – new tm application at the USPTO – Photo by Claire Anderson on Unsplash


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