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Chiseled Perfections is a trademark of Chiseled Perfections LLC so you may not use that name in a review. I hereby demand that you cease and desist from using the name Chiseled Perfdctions in a review.

My husband is not a scammer. He is the mastermind behind baroque inspired furniture. He is the industry leader in throne chairs and you people need to respect that. I’m a lawyer and I won’t tolerate anyone disparaging Chiseled Perfextions TM.

Also, we created the Takita Criwn chair. It was my husbands idea and Mike Kimbro stole the idea even though I copywrited it.

All of our furniture is copywrited and cannot be used it replicated or displayed without our written permission. Another thing, my dad is the largest importer in the United States but he has nothing to do with Chiseled Perfextions TM.

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Anonymous
#1570147

Lawyer? When a defendant uses another’s trademark to refer to the trademarked good itself, this use is called nominative fair use and does not constitute trademark infringement.

The nominative fair use defense applies where: (1) the product is not “readily identifiable” without use of the mark; (2) defendants did not use more of the mark than necessary; and (3) defendants do not falsely suggest they were sponsored or endorsed by the trademark holder. The nominative fair use analysis is appropriate where a defendant has used the plaintiff’s mark to describe the plaintiff’s product. The idea is that it is fair to identify someone’s product by using the name of the product. Hence, Nominative Fair Use.

The Lanham Act, which is the federal statute governing trademarks, provides that “nominative fair use of a famous mark by another person other than as a designation of source for the person’s own goods or services is not actionable as dilution by blurring or dilution by tarnishment, including use in connection with (i) “advertising or promotion that permits consumers to compare goods or services;” or (ii) “identifying and parodying, criticizing, or commenting upon the famous mark owner or the goods or services of the famous mark owner.” 15 U.S.C. § 1125(c)(3)(A) Journalists and critics rely on the protections of the fair use defense to be able to identify goods and services by name in their reporting and reviews. Fair Use is limited to specific situations and is intended to prevent intellectual property protections from being in conflict with important social priorities such as free speech and creative expression. It is gratifying to have contributed to an outcome in the IPS case that illustrates the proper application of a Nominative Fair Use defense in trademark law.

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to tuckerr83 #1570158

And spelling! If you can't spell the name right how will you protect the trademark?

Anonymous
#1431118

This business is a scam! I ordered some items and they were never delivered.

Poor customer service from Melina who doesn't return calls when she says she would.

It doesnt take 3+ months to get an order delivered! They take your money before even shipping the product AVOID THIS

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to Alex Pierce #1446651

Hi,i have almost the same issue, an order from chiseledperfections , i bought sofa and other furniture on 1st of December 2017 , after 3 months of following up , Ben Bales sent me refund email without any money back.i noticed with my search for past of 2 days that they have disabled all the reviews coming from the clients , so this is the only one. also i have create an account on yelp to make sure all of you write the same on yelp chiseledperfections noticed that they don't have a real address which lead that they are scammers.be careful

Anonymous
#1423854

I’ve been waiting since November and they’ve delivered the wrong chair twice already

Anonymous
#1421277

This must be common for them.My business partner has been waiting 90 plus days for an order of chairs.

All we ask for is honesty, but we get the run around from Melina as well. I figured what it is.

The order never came like promised. Fyi waited patiently and still no consideration with offering any discount or real updates.

Anonymous
#1418404

Chiseled Perfections has 7 current lawsuits against them and more on the way.

Anonymous
#1417575

They are the worst company ever! Such liars and very dishonest. Don't do business with them, they will give you the run around.

Anonymous
to Lisa Jones #1456333

I told Ben to go **** himself via text and that was why my negative review on the better buisness page didn't go thru. Which really sucks, but he deserved it.

Anonymous
#1417082

Chiseled Perfections is a scam and everyone knows it. How about you try having a good work ethic and maybe you will get somewhere in life. Might be too late though Melina

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