The names and logos of PayPal, Inc. and its group of companies (referred to collectively as "PayPal, Inc.") are protected by intellectual property laws in the U.S. and internationally. These trademarks represent the high quality of PayPal, Inc.'s products and services and are very valuable. Therefore, it is important to use them properly.
Requesting Permission to Use the PayPal, Inc. Family of Brands
All of our brands are protected by applicable intellectual property laws around the world. Please review these pages to determine if your intended use of our brand is permissible and, where applicable, if you need to receive written permission from PayPal.
On this site, you will find an overview of our basic brand guidelines and information about how to get permission for some of the most common use cases. These include:
- Using the PayPal, Braintree, Venmo, or other logos in film or television (including commercials or product placement)
- Paid online search engine advertisements
- Using unaltered screenshots
- Educational and non-profit materials
- Compatible applications
For other third-party uses of our brands, such as in endorsements, on merchandise or apparel, in connection with press releases, or advertising and marketing materials, please work with your PayPal, Inc. (PayPal, Braintree, Venmo, etc.) contact to obtain appropriate permissions from the PayPal, Inc. legal team. Please note that we generally do not approve the use of our brands by third parties.
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