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Inteleos Intellectual Property/Trademark Usage Request

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If you would like to request to use any Inteleos Trademark or Intellectual Property please complete the form below and a member of our team will get in touch with you.

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Intellectual Property Usage Request

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Intellectual Property (IP) Infringements

Intellectual Property (IP) includes any trademark, logo, or other Inteleos, owned property, or materials.

An IP infringement is the unauthorized use of trademark, logo, or other Inteleos owned property or materials likely to cause confusion or deception.

The Compliance Department administratively investigates all IP infringements. If you know of or suspect that an IP infringement has occurred, please contact the Compliance Department through the Contact Us page or email