Domain Name Transfer process is as easy as 1,2,3…
Enter your domain name to be transferred along with transfer authorization code.
Complete your order details and make payment with your preferred payment method.
Just click on Approve Transfer link received in your administrator contact email account
Automatically forward domain to any website you want, when users type your domain name in a browser
Manage your domain’s / sub-domain’s DNS records – A Records, CNAME, TXT, MX Records, etc.
Perform bulk domain actions to make changes to multiple Domain Names in a single step
Create email forwarder @yourdomainname.com that redirects email to existing email address
Register, Renew, Transfer and Manage your domain names with user friendly web-based control panel
Lock your domain name to prevent any unauthorized domain name transfers without your permission
For successful domain name transfer, you will need to verify few basic requirements as below
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It is better you make your domain name transfer requests well in advance before it reaches the date of expiry. Your remaining days will be carried forward and domain will be extended by 1 year from its original expiry date.
The domain name transfer authorization code is a unique code used to confirm and authorize the domain name transfer request. It is also known as EPP key / EPP code. Your current registrar/domain name provider can provide you with this code to initiate the domain transfer process with your new domain service provider.
No, the domain name transfer process will not hamper your website’s uptime. Your previous name server will remain intact while the transfer process takes place. If your domain is pointed at current registrar Name Servers, then you will need to take a snap-shot of your DNS records and copy all DNS records to our name server records immediately after domain transfer is completed. Your earlier domain name provider may remove DNS records after your domain is transferred our of their services. If you are using Third Party DNS then you need not worry about it.
The remaining time left for your domain to expire remains the same even after the transfer process. The cost of the transfer process will add one year of validity to your existing time left. For example, if your domain is about to expire on December 1, 2015, and your domain is transferred on April 15, 2015, your new domain expiry date will be December 1, 2016.Note: Your domain will not be renewed for 1 year after transfer if you are transferring your domain within 15 days of renewal from the existing service provider.
No, your search engine ranking will not be affected due to domain transfer. Your domain name is not being changed, so, you do not need to worry about losing your search engine ranking
A domain name transfer involves moving a domain from one registrar to another, allowing you to manage and renew it with a new provider.
You might transfer your domain for various reasons, such as seeking better pricing, improved customer service, additional features, or consolidating your domains under a single registrar.
To initiate a transfer, you'll typically start by contacting the new registrar and providing the domain name you wish to transfer. They will guide you through the process.
The typical duration for the transfer process is 5 to 7 days, although it may vary. The task's duration may be extended if there are complications or you fail to complete all the required steps promptly.
Domain registrars typically enforce a lock period lasting around 60 days after registering a domain registering a domain. This lock period prevents unauthorized domain transfers and protects against domain theft. You will have to wait until the current period is over.
Domain transfer fees are a standard occurrence. The fees for transferring a domain to a new registrar may include a transfer fee and a renewal fee for extending the domain registration for another year.
Transferring an expired domain is generally possible, but initiating the transfer before the domain expires is advisable to prevent any potential complications and extra charges.
An authorization or EPP code is a unique code required for specific domain-related actions, such as transferring a domain to a different registrar. It is a security measure to ensure that only the domain owner or authorized individuals can change the domain.
No. Before starting the transfer process, you must unlock the domain at your current registrar.
Domain Transfers are supported by most generic top-level domains (gTLDs) and many country code top-level domains (ccTLDs). However,. However, the rules and processes can differ based on the domain extension.
During a domain transfer, website, and email services typically remain unaffected. Updating DNS records is crucial to maintain functionality.
Yes, transferring transferring a domain between registrars in different countries is possible. It's important to note that procedures and requirements may vary based on registrar policies.
To complete the process, please make sure to have the following information ready:
In most cases, you can cancel the transfer during a grace period before it's completed. Contact your new registrar for guidance.
If you want to check the status of your domain transfer, you have two options. Firstly, you can log into your new registrar's control panel and search for the relevant information there. Alternatively, you can contact registrar customer support and ask about the progress of your domain transfer.
If your transfer is denied, some issues must be resolved with your current registrar. These issues could include an incorrect authorization code or a locked domain. To proceed with the transfer, you must address these issues with your current registrar and resubmit the transfer request.
A registrar is a company or organization that registers and manages domain names. Web hosting services are provided by hosting providers, allowing websites to be accessed online. There are various companies available that offer these services.
Yes, transferring a domain with an expired SSL certificate is possible. However, it is essential to note that you must renew the SSL certificate separately with your new hosting provider.
Ensuring accurate and up-to-date WHOIS information is recommended, but it may only sometimes be necessary during the transfer process.
Transferring a domain may be restricted if the domain is involved in a dispute or legal issue. It is recommended to consult legal counsel and relevant authorities before initiating a domain transfer. It is important to note that the processes and requirements for domain transfers may change over time. You should get help from your particular registrar to ensure you have the most correct and up-to-date information.
Most domains can be transferred, but certain restrictions apply. Some domains, like.gov or.mil, are restricted, and specific rules may apply to country-code domains (e.g.,.uk,.ca).
The time for a transfer varies, but it often takes 5-7 days. It includes a 5-day waiting period during which the current registrar can object to the transfer.
Yes, domain transfers usually come with a fee, which covers the transfer process and often extends your domain's registration for another year.
If done correctly, there should be minimal downtime. Ensure DNS records are set up correctly at the new registrar to prevent disruptions.
You'll need the domain name, an authorization code (EPP code), and your contact information to start the transfer process.
An EPP code is a security code the current registrar provides to prevent unauthorized domain transfers. It's required by the new registrar to initiate the transfer.
It's generally recommended to transfer a domain well before it expires. Some registrars may not allow transfers close to the expiration date.
Contact your current registrar's support to request the authorization code. They should provide it to you after verifying your identity.
If the current registrar objects to the transfer, they should provide reasons. Resolve any issues and resubmit the transfer request.
The chance of losing your domain is very low if you take the proper steps and keep in touch with both registrars.
No, you must unlock the domain and ensure it's not in a redemption period before initiating a transfer.
While the general steps are similar, the specific procedures and interfaces may vary between registrars.
Check the WHOIS database or contact your new registrar to confirm the successful transfer of your domain.
Yes, you can transfer a domain to a different owner, but this process is more complex and may involve additional documentation.
Please plan, double-check all information, communicate with both registrars, and follow their instructions carefully. It's advisable to consult with customer support if you encounter any issues.