posted on Aug, 23 2018 @ 07:28 PM
a reply to: PraetorianAZ
Just point out that they are the one's by there own argument whom are in breach of copyright, not your friend's.
The use of the name monster is extremely common from stage to radio to product's, I vaguely recall a cleaning product by the name as well and all
very long before some prick decided to call a drink which makes youth's antisocial around the world even got the idea to call there own product by
For many decades over here in the UK and probably over there as well and indeed long before they used the name we had monster munch wheat snack's,
like cheese puff's but shaped like animal paw's.
I seem to remember the word also used in the name of a defunct breakfast cereal.
And god only know's how many book's have included it in there title.
What they are essentially doing is attempting to copyright the English language and lay claim to ownership of something they did not create.
Now if you were making an energy drink and copying there logo then maybe.
Best practice publicize this threat and post the letter as you have here on as many sites as you can, you may even get them to fire the guy
responsible for bringing bad reputation to there company by his spurious threats.