If you get an email or a letter like the one below don't worry about it.
There is nothing State Farm can legally do about their name or what you say about them on your website.



State Farm
Corporate Headquarters
1 State Farm Plaza
Bloomington, IL 61710-0001

June 19, 2018

Corporate Headquarters

One State Farm Plaza, A-3
Bloomington, IL 61710-0001

Jeff Saliba, ACP

Intellectual Property Manager

Mark's Locksmith

Mark Errington, Owner
12135 SW Par 4 Drive
King City, OR 97224

RE:   Use of the State Farm Trademark




Mark Errington:

On May 3, 2017, we asked you to remove our trademark, "State Farm," from the metatags of one of your websites. On May 3, 2017, we received your assurance that our trademark would not be used in the future without permission. We are concerned that once again our trademark is in your metatags of the referenced websites. We are writing this letter, therefore, to ask again that you please remove our trademark, "State Farm," from your metatags.

As a policy, we do not authorize outside entities to use our name, our trademarks or other identification of our companies to advertise or endorse particular products or services. This policy is not intended as a criticism, it is simply intended as a consistent means of protecting our registered marks.

Please immediately remove "State Farm" from your metatags, and any other signs, brochures, and other sales promotional materials. Please provide us by the close of business within 20 days, your written acknowledgement that you will not use our marks in future advertising or sales promotional ventures. If you have any questions, I may be reached at the email address below.




Jeff Saliba, ACP

Intellectual Property Manager

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