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Service marks

Service marks are similar to ordinary trademarks, but they are used to identify the services or intangible activities of a business rather that a for test prep services, eBay for online auctions, and AT&T for cell phone service.


Service mark is a mark or words used in sales or advertising literature to distinguish a firm’s services from those of its competitors.

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