What happens if I am not using my Trademark but I have used all five Extensions?

If you have received a Notice of Allowance and have used all five Extensions of Time to file a Statement of Use with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) but are not actually using your trademark in commerce, your trademark application may be cancelled by the USPTO.

A Statement of Use is a document that demonstrates that you are using your trademark in commerce. The purpose of the Extensions of Time is to provide you with an opportunity to use your trademark in commerce and file a Statement of Use, which shows that you are using your trademark in commerce.

If you are not using your trademark in commerce and have used all five Extensions of Time, the USPTO may consider your trademark application abandoned and may cancel your trademark registration. This means that you will lose the right to use your trademark and will have to start the trademark registration process over again if you wish to continue using your trademark in commerce. Therefore, it’s important to use your trademark in commerce as soon as possible and to file a Statement of Use within the allowed time frame. If you are unable to use your trademark in commerce within the allowed time frame, it’s recommended that you consult with an attorney who can help you understand your options and avoid losing your trademark rights.