So I could actually put the companies names (with a general font) in place of the pixilated trademarks and not be on thin ice?
Attached my revised copy with only company names in a font and color that resembles the logo. Am I off of the thin ice with this?
1) Competitive Auto Lift and Tire Changer company
2) Vise is generic off "shutterstock"
3) The background are multiple sale sheets from various auto parts companies that sell equipment
4) In my opinion they are small enough that a person can not tell what brand of equipment they are.
5) We are trying to win over equipment distributors (primarily lift and wheel service) who have watched their margins fall as the auto parts companies continue to sell more and more equipment, not worried about the gross profit on that equipment, but rather in a bid to get the parts business from the end user (repair shop owner)
Hope that helps to explain
Is there any way to get confirmation of payments? I assumed there would be an email invoice. Thank you
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