Transfer Domain Name Process:
Domain transfer for .com/.net/.org/.biz/.name/.info/.cn/.us domain name
1) What is Authorization Info / EPP Code?
An authorization code (also referred to as an <AUTHINFO>, <AUTO>, auth code, Authinfo code or an EPP code); is a 6- to 16-character “password” assigned by a sponsoring Registrar.
2) Why the Authorization Info / EPP Code is required?
This code is required by the central registry to transfer your domain name from one registrar to another. The Authorization Info / EPP Code are designed to prevent unauthorized or fraudulent transfers.
3) How to get Authorization Info / EPP Code for my domain name?
Registrant is required to contact the current domain Registrar of the domain to request for the domain’s Authorization Info / EPP Code.
You must get your EPP code from your current registrar (also called the “losing” registrar), and give it to the registrar that you are transferring your name to. The gaining registrar will verify this code with the central registry, and if it matches, then you will be able to transfer your domain name. The only place that you can get your EPP code is from the registrar that your name is currently registered at.
We recommended obtaining your domain’s Authorization Code before initiating a domain transfer request.
4) How long does it take to transfer a domain name to Naissus?
A registrar transfer process will requires 2-10 business days to complete.
5) Why I encountered “Authorization Error” when approved your transfer request?
“Authorization Error” is error message returned from registry stated that the Authorization Information entered during the transfer request submission was invalid.
We advise you to contact current registrar to obtain the valid/correct Authorization Information so that we can re-initiate the transfer request.
Registrar: Registrar is a company that registers domain name.
Gaining Registrar: Gaining registrar is new provider that you would like to transfer the domain over. If a domain was registered with Company X and you are transferring it to Naissus,
Naissus is the gaining registrar.
Losing Registrar: Losing registrar is current provider of the domain that you wish to transfer away. If a domain was registered with Naissus and you are transferring it to Company X, Naissus is the losing registrar.
Registrant: Registrant is the owner of a particular domain name.
Registry: Registry is a database of all domain names registered in a top-level domain.
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