IP Australia issues warning on unsolicited offers
| IP Australia recently issued a warning to business owners who may receive unsolicited or misleading invoices from companies offering services to protect or promote intellectual property (IP) rights.
They warn that you should be extremely cautious of any correspondence received from parties other than IP Australia or your legal representative which includes invoices, offers or advertising services.
These companies may be offering to:
IP Australia has seen examples which have the appearance of coming from an official source and many businesses believe they are required to pay for the services outlined.
Phone 07 4688 2188 www.cglaw.com.au
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