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Thread: Extreme Terrain Illegally Selling Copyrighted JK Decals

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    Been Around the Block CastleRockJeep's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tombstone View Post
    Isn't or not the same as the JK forums decal?
    From 4/4/14
    Sorry Branks, this has been posted and reposted a few times now and so we finally decided to just leave it.



    For the record, the Project JK logo as you see it being sold in the Extreme Terrain catalog and up until recently, on their website as well, is registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office - Registration Number: 3,422,569 (Int. Cl.:9 / Prior U.S. Cls.: 21, 23, 26, 36 and 38). Extreme Terrain blatantly ripped me off and only removed these decals from their website ONLY AFTER a formal decease and desist letter from my attorney was sent to them. Even at that, it was like pulling teeth and they are STILL denying that they've done anything wrong as you can see in the response letter they sent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tombstone View Post
    Isn't or not the same as the JK forums decal?
    Welcome to WAYALIFE, it's nice to see you make a post that isn't a "wave"

    As it has already been said, no, my copyrighted logo is for my website www.Project-JK.com. While I did own JK-Forum, I sold it to Internet Brands a while ago. They now have their own logo.

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