Sick ‘trade mark trolls’ aim to profit from MH17 disaster

A shadowy Malaysia based company has applied to trade mark the word “MH17” in what could be a sick attempt to profit from the tragic Malaysia Airlines disaster.

A business called Remit Now International Limited lodged an application with the Australian Trade Mark Office on July 18, just hours after 298 people were killed when their plane was shot out of the sky by a missile above eastern Ukraine.

Amongst the passengers on the doomed flight were 37 Australian citizens and residents.

The application on the Australian Trade Mark Office website, seen by Daily Mail Australia, shows that it is currently being examined by officials…

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