Usually, trademarks are refused by the trademark office when they found that your trademark is:
- Similar to existing marks using sound, meaning, or appearance, and also for the same products/services.
- An unoriginal description of a service, product, or geographic location is easily confused by the public with other brands
- Deceptive, confusing, or misleading. Avoid vulgar phrases no matter how popular they are.
- A person or family surname.