Step 1: Check if the domain is suitable for transfer.
Before initiating a domain transfer, it is important to check whether the domain is suitable for transfer. The domain should be registered for at least 60 days and not have any ownership changes or disputes. Additionally, some domains may have transfer restrictions that depend on the top-level domain (TLD) or registrar.
Step 2: Prepare the domain for transfer.
Before initiating a transfer, it is important to make sure that the domain is ready for transfer. This includes disabling any domain locks or privacy settings, updating the domain contact information to make sure it is accurate and up-to-date, and obtaining an authorization code or transfer code from your current registrar.
Step 3: Initiate domain transfer.
To initiate the transfer, you need to provide the new service provider, i.e. us, with the authorization code or transfer code received from your current registrar. After that, we can start the transfer process and send a request to your current registrar.
Step 4: Confirmation of the transfer.
After submitting the transfer request, the current registrar will send an email to the domain’s administrative contact to confirm the transfer. It is important to follow the instructions contained in this email to confirm the transfer within the required time frame. If you do not confirm the transfer within the specified period, it may be canceled.
Step 5: Wait for the transfer to complete.
After confirming the transfer, it may take up to 7 days for the transfer to complete. During this time, it is important to make sure that the domain’s DNS settings are updated and point to the new service provider. After the transfer is completed, the domain will be under the control of the new service provider.
Thus, domain transfer requires careful consideration and planning. By following these steps, you can ensure a smooth transfer process and a smooth transition to a new service provider. And we guarantee you reliable service for your domain after it is transferred to Adamant.