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Currently, IPR applicants and owners repeatedly receive fraudulent invoices from companies that allegedly publish and/or register IPRs.

Offices provide detailed information on their websites

These can often (but not exclusively) be recognised:

  • foreign bank accounts
  • pre-filled transfer forms
  • missing official or administrative addresses


The Offices have published lists of already known letters on the following pages:

Always check such letters critically and if in doubt, please do not hesitate to contact us.