Trademark Application Filed; Allowed, but Allowance Withdrawn
U.S. Federal Trademark Application Allowed; Allowance Count Withdrawn
PREVIOUS ACTION/ALLOWANCE COUNT WITHDRAWN; trademark; us federal trademark; us trademark; trademark allowed; notice of allowance; allowance; allowance withdrawn
If you received this notice, you originally filed your application based on "intent to use" ("ITU") the mark in the future. Once an ITU is approved by the Examining Attorney and has been published without opposition, the application is "allowed." Your application was allowed. However, the allowance has been withdrawn. Typically, this means that the Examining Attorney made an error in allowance. Your application will be moved to the previous status in most cases, and you will receive notice of what to do next.
Refer to the notice you received from the USPTO for further information. You may be able to remedy the problem. If the allowance was simply issued in error, then the withdrawal of the allowance does not take anything away, but puts your application back at the same place it was before the mistaken allowance was issued.