The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) will record your trademark in the database, once it is approved by a patent examiner.
The USPTO will decline to register confusingly similar marks which may be conflicting with yours. The USPTO is obliged to cite all the previous registrations against any application for confusingly similar marks.
Federal trademark registration also gives nationwide recognition to your trademark as of the application date. An unregistered mark has limited rights within a certain geographic area. If you have not registered your trademark, it will give businesses in other geographic locations the right to use similar marks which might lead to loss of revenue and create confusion to your customers.
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