When you search with us, we instantly search a number of third-party services to collect the information and display it for you.
We only use official sources for this information. For example, all trade mark information is retrieved directly from IP Australia's databases.
Our information is only as current as our sources. As most of the information we provide is derived from third-parties, we can't guarantee it's free from errors. Accordingly, we make no representation or warranty that the information provided by third-parties is reliable, adequate, current, accurate or complete.
We are not affiliated with any of the search providers, but we may use or pay for their services and/or APIs to collect and display search results to you.
Clearance searches are super easy on DDLoop.
First, create a search space by entering the trade mark you'd like to clear and which classes you'd like to search.
Second, your search space will display any similar or similar-sounding marks across the IP Australia Trade Mark Register, Australian Business Names, Domain Name registrations and search engine results. You can change the search keyword(s) at any point and watch the results update in real-time.
Third, flag any trade marks or results that are of interest.
Finally, export your results into a Microsoft Word document. We can also export the results directly into a template of your choosing.
You give us either a company name, ABN or ACN. We then use that information and then run 3 separate searches to find any trade marks that are registered against the company name, ABN or ACN of that entity.
For example, you search for the name "Company XZY" on our Proprietor Search feature. We'll check whether there is is a registered company using the name "Company XYZ" and will also check whether there is a related ABN or ACN for that company. We then search for trade mark ownership against "Company XYZ", the ACN and the ABN (if applicable) and return the results from all 3 searches into one results table – ready for you to analyse and export to Microsoft Word.
Your search data is yours. DDLoop does not use or share your data for purposes other than conducting the searches you request and to make sure we're giving you the best services possible.
We use third-party services (for example, Google or the Australian Business Register) to conduct searches. Your searches are governed by the terms and conditions of those third-party services.
DDLoop is securely hosted in industry-leading data centres operated by fly.io and Amazon Web Services (AWS). Our ISO27001 aligned Information Security Program covers all aspects of our business: from the technologies we use to the people we hire.
All sensitive data is securely stored on DDLoop servers in Australia and is communicated to users using industry standard SSL encryption.
Our servers and data localisation policy keeps your data in Australia. Our production servers are hosted with fly.io and Amazon Web Services (AWS) in Sydney.
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