CopyCat Logos: PayPal or Pandora

CopyCat Logos: PayPal or Pandora

Copycat logos is a section that we’ve dedicated to logos that look very similar in our opinion.  Logos are apart of a companies attempt to build a brand and to create trust with a consumer, and when they are similar, well, it can cause to you share trust with another brand that you may mistake it for.

You decide, similar or different?

PayPal says that when it first began receiving complaints from customers, the company contacted Pandora. However, Pandora did nothing to revise the logo, leaving PayPal with no choice but to file a lawsuit.




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