Trademark Peak Scam Tactics: Deceptive Email About Trademark Registration Issues

The email you received from Trademark Peak is not legit as it seems. Trademark Peak located at is among a chain of dubious Trademark registration websites that use deceptive tactics to get customers. They claim someone wants to register your trademark or domain name, suggest you call them immediately, but then rip you off by fake trademark registration.

An excerpt of the email;

We wish to inform you of a potential trademark registration concerning the brand name (REDACTED) originating from a startup business. During our extensive search, your details surfaced in connection with this brand name.

Time is of the essence as another party is also expressing interest in trademarking the same business name. Failure to move forward with your registration may result in them acquiring federal rights, potentially leading to legal repercussions for your continued use of the name. This situation could extend to the point where they could file a case against you and claim ownership of your profits.

Exposing The Trademark Peak Scam

The scammer behind claim to be various attorneys (Kevin Parker, Alex Bruno, Tommy, Michael, etc) However, this is all part of the scam. The real attorneys are not part of the Trademark Peak.

Once you respond to the email, you’d be made to pay for fake legal services or Trademark registration which wouldn’t submitted to the USPTO. The scammer would spoof the USPTO logo and send you fake trademark registration receipts. They do not register the trademark under USPTO.

Complaints from Trademark Peak Victims

A couple of business owners sent us the following mail after being conned by

“I received an email stating that the USPTO had important information regarding my recent Trademark Application. It had lots of legal mumbo jumbo in the body of the email that made it seem legit. I called and spoke with Kevin Parker (213-348-5412) who told me that I needed to purchase a Trademark Monitoring Service because my application was likely to get rejected.

I purchased the Trademark Monitoring Package for $175 from Trademark Peak. However, I did not hear anything from them for weeks. I called and emailed multiple times with no response. I then tried looking up their address only to find it doesn’t exist. I’ve been scammed!”

“I too have been scammed by Trademark Peace for $149 after receiving an email alerting me that another company was attempting to use my business name. I filed for a refund and fraud claim with my bank but I doubt I will ever see that money again. Stay far away from this deceitful site!”

5 Warning Signs Revealing Trademark Peak Scam

Among a Chain of Trademark Scam Websites shares same website design, content, and address with Trademark Swift and Trademark Troop– an exposed trademark scam. From all indications, it’s part of a large chain of trademark scams.

Spoofs Legitimate Attorney

Trademark Peak scam uses the name of reputable attorneys eg; ‘Grace Coleman’ ‘Brain Williams’ ‘Kevin Parker’ ‘Alex Bruno’ and ‘Eric James’ to trick recipients. However, this is all part of the scam. One of the attorneys often mentioned in their email is ‘Amanda Rokita’. It’s all just a hoax. The real Amanda Rokita has issued a warning about trademark scams using her name –

“Please note that it has come to our attention that businesses are receiving emails from “Trademark Peak” and “Trademark Blink” using Amanda Rokita’s name in the signature. Our office has never been affiliated with any third party trademark companies, some of which have been identified by the USPTO as a scam. We only offer trademark services through our law firm, Rokita Law, P.C. If you received one of these emails, we would greatly appreciate it if you would forward it to [email protected]. Thank you”

The email is written in such a way that makes recipient believe Whirlpool Trademark is a legal entity, however this is misrepresentation. On the website’s about us page, they state they’re not a law firm. This means there’s no real applicant intending to use the aforementioned trademark.

Recently Registered Website

For a business that claimed to have provided trademark solutions to thousands of businesses, it’s surprising that they’ve only been operating for a short while (December 2023). How could they’ve catered for a thousand clients in a short time?

Fake Business Address is using the address of a popular place ‘610 S Broadway Los Angeles, CA 90014’ to trick people. The only attorney located there is an Uber and Lyft Accident Lawyer LLC.

How To Protect Yourself From The Trademark Peak Scam

Do Not Engage

Do not attempt to reply the email as responding can lead to more scams. The best action you should take in this scenario is to totally ignore these emails.

Seek Legitimate Counsel

The next action you should take as a business owner or brand owner is to consult with a reputable trademark attorney for genuine concerns.

Educate Your Staff and Colleagues

Informing your staff and colleagues about this latest scam would ensure they do not fall prey to it. Upon receiving similar emails, they’d be cautious and know the right steps to take.

Report the Scam To Relevant Authorities

If you’ve received the scam email and/or you’ve fallen victim to the scam, it’s very important to report the scam to the relevant authorities. By so doing, you create an awareness of the scam and also help mitigate it by stopping the spread.

The first step to take is contacting your local law enforcement agency. Provide them with all the details regarding the scam, including any emails, telephone numbers, or communication you have received.

You should also report the scam to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) through their online complaint assistant via or Internet Crime Complaint Center.

Meanwhile, you can also help others by reporting these fraudulent registration websites to relevant authorities such as the USPTO helpdesk. This would enable them issue a warning to the public about the ongoing scam.

How To Avoid Similar Trademark Scams

  • Ignore Unsolicited calls or emails that are not from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) from its domain “
  • Consult an IP attorney if you have any concerns about misleading info you’ve received about trademarks.
  • Search online reviews and the Better Business Bureau for complaints before engaging any registration company.
  • Verify licenses to ensure your service provider is a real law firm and attorney licensed to practice.
  • Ask detailed questions about their registration process, fees, and what specific services are included.
  •  Get everything in writing such as service agreements, scope of work, and fee breakdowns.
  • Use payment methods that allow chargebacks like credit cards in case services aren’t rendered.


Trademark Peak scam uses deceptive tactics to coerce people to pay for fake USPTO trademark registration on Do not respond to the email!

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