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domain transfer - to other person & other register

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by fsatark, May 19, 2016.

  1. fsatark

    fsatark Junior Member

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    Hi, i have a domain in G0dAdy register in my name. I want to pass it to another person who don't have account in this register (G0dAdy).
    Is that possible? directly pass the domain to another person and another register or the other person (new owner) has to create an account on GodAdy, receive first the domain ownership inside G0daDy and then transfer the domain to the other register?
     
  2. JabbaTheHutt

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    There are 2 ways to do it.

    Push the domain - This means moving your domain to another godaddy account. It's free and very easy to do from domain panel. There is a option called Move and just click it and follow the process.

    Transfer - This means sending it to another domain registrar like in your case. So to do this Receiving person has to initiate the traffic process from receiving domain registrar. What you need to is unlock the domain from your account and then there will be a code u receive in your mail which you need to give him.

    I think it's better if you tell him to create an godaddy account and move the domain to there. He can get it done from there. It's easier for you.
     
  3. fsatark

    fsatark Junior Member

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    Thank you for the answer. I understand that the easiest is to transfer the domain to another account inside G0dAdi but the person who wants the domain hates G0dAdi and i'm wondering if there is a possibility to transfer directly to another register and another person the same time.
     
  4. BlogPro

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    Yes, it is possible to transfer the domain to another registrar.

    To do that, first unlock your domain Godaddy. Then goto Manage, scroll down to the place where you find "Authorization Code" - click "Email my Code"

    Once you receive this code, email it to your buyer.

    He will then have to goto his registrar and initiate the transfer process where he will enter your domain and the authorization code and then make a payment for one year's renewal fee. After that, their registrar will place a request with Godaddy and if everything's fine - the domain will transfer to the new registrar.
     
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    If you registered the domain recently you need to wait 60 days
     
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    webhostingproviders Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    usually transfer time takes between 48 hours to 7 days depending on both registrars.
     
  7. JabbaTheHutt

    JabbaTheHutt Regular Member

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    If he insists then you can take the domain transfer routine. But there are complications such as If you have registered the domain recently or if you have change admin details then you have to wait 30 or 60 days before transferring the domain.
     
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    accelerator_dd Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Transfer from one account to another can be done at any point, when in the same domain registrar.

    It's trickier when you need to transfer a domain to a different registrar. Usually takes 2 days to approve the transfer and another 5 to complete the transfer. When transferring the domain, you also need to pay for registration and privacy (if you need it) at the receiving registry part.

    So unless you have to, I'd just ask the receiver to create a godaddy account.
     
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    ben mart Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    It is easy to transfer one account to another account in same registrar. But to transfer one account to other registrar account is quite difficult.
    It may have some complications and may takes time too.Better ask your receiver to create an account in godaddy.
     
  10. BuildMoreLinks

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    the easiest way would be asking your buyer to create a Godaddy account