No extra paperwork needed
Once your trademark is registered at the TMCH you can register this name under any extension you want once those extensions are released.
So you won't need to provide paperwork for every new domain registration and you'll no longer need to pay for the verification of those documents.
The only thing you'll need to pay is the domain name registration.
TradeMark ClearingHouse made easy
We make applying at the TMCH easy!
We simplify the process by looking up and filling out information automatically for you. So you need to do less and the chance mistakes are being made reduces significantly
Next we verify your application manually before we send it to the TMCH. This is also done in order to reduce the chance mistakes are being made and to reduce the chance you'll need to file a new application
Moreover we offer a free extended claim service. This means that during the entire time you've registered at TMCH (1 year, 3 years or 5 years) you'll receive a notification from us if someone else tries to register your trademark under a new gTLD (via the standard claims service you only receive such notifications during the first 3 months).
Any questions? Send us on email via info@bNamed.net or call the number at the bottom of this page.
You can sign in a the TMCH for 1, 3 or 5 years. During this period you can apply for all sunrises which will take place during this period.
We expect the sunrises of all those extensions will happen spread over several years.
So signing in for more than 1 year is a good idea.
The price for an application at the TMCH is € 199/jaar VAT excl.
Owners of a registered trademark have the possibility to file an application for this name at the TMCH.
It's important your trademark application is fully completed before you apply at the TMCH.
If you wish to register your registered trademark under a new gTLD during the sunrise of this new gTLD an application at the TMCH is mandatory.
TMCH will check whether the info you've provided about your trademark is correct.
Once registered, you'll benefit from the free 'claims' service: this will send you a warning if someone else tries to register your trademark under such a new gTLD.