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Current account

The EUIPO current account has been conceived to streamline payment methods for regular users of EUIPO online filing tools; it makes the payment of fees easier and quicker to manage.

 
  • How does it work?

    EUIPO will automatically debit all fees and charges due for procedural acts (applications, requests, etc.) generated by the current account holder.

    When a current account is debited, the fee is deemed to have been paid on the date stipulated by the banking regulations, provided that the current account has sufficient funds.

    The date when the current account is actually debited will normally be later than that specified; however, the payment will be deemed to have been made on the date when the application or request is received by the EUIPO.

  • Apply for a current account

    You can apply for a current account via the button displayed in the Current Account tab of your User Area

    There is a minimum deposit of EUR 1 000.

  • Movements tab

    This tab shows your current account movements. Data in the table can be filtered using the small arrows in the column headers.

    Click on the 'Filter' button to filter the contents of the 'Movements' tab. A new modal will be displayed, where you can filter by

    • Accounting date
    • Legal date
    • Amount
    • EUIPO reference
  • Pending debit tab

    Debits that have been ordered but not yet paid can be viewed in this tab. Data in the table can be filtered using the small arrows in the column headers.

  • Save as XLS

    To save the data in the table as an .XLS file, click on the icon at the top right of the screen.

  • Print

    To print the data in the table, click on the icon at the top right of the screen.

Page last updated 24-02-2018
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