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Holly
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Hi,

I ran a search on this board but am still not quite sure regarding trademarked fragrance names. I remember reading a thread on here where it said that if the name of the scent was trademarked by a company we can still use the name if we put "(type)" after it. Is this right? For example: Bath and Body Work's Sweet Pea. Can we still use the name Sweet Pea if it is listed as "Sweet Pea (type)"? Where can I find the specific rules on this? I will run a search online to see what I can find.

Also, what website do you all use to find all the trademarked names? There was one that I saw on the search that someone mentioned. I have to go back and look to see what it is again. Thanks.

~Holly

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Hi again,

I briefly read over the article by Doneen. As far as I can tell, she did not mention anything about us being able to put "type" after the name making it legal. I will have to look/research into this further and see where others have learned that putting "type" after the name makes it legal.

Thanks again Mona for the link.

~Holly

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