Name Critic rates YA Tittle

YA Tittle ®
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Background:Usually we see such good names we can’t help selecting them. But this name is so darn strange and confusing, we had to select if for the critic’s analysis. No we did not spell it wrong. We have double checked all instances. This is a financial investment and insurance company – and title company too.

The only reason we did not give it a zero is that it is just wierd enough to attract attention. The logo is not all bad once we figured out the YA and the Tittle were connected as two parts of the same name.

Ed: A number of people have informed us that this is the name of a former 49er football player. A long time ago. We still do not think it is a suitable name.

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