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Godaddy Domain doubt.

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by lonojoe, Jan 24, 2011.

  1. lonojoe

    lonojoe Junior Member

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    Hi everyone,

    Have a doubt.

    What will happen if a domain in Godaddy expiry date is on tomorrow. Will it be lost forever, else they will give some more time to renew the domain.

    Urgent.

    Expecting reply.

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. roughy

    roughy Junior Member

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    I haven't tried every extension but at least for the most popular ones like .com, .net there is not a problem. You will have several more days in which you can still renew it.
     
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  3. lonojoe

    lonojoe Junior Member

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    Yes its .com .

    Thanks Man.

    Expecting more replys.
     
  4. saddistikk

    saddistikk Newbie

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    From Godaddy:

    For expired domain name registrations, we hold your domain name for approximately 42 days before canceling it. Domain name renewal during this period is subject to applicable renewal and redemption fees.
     
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  5. lonojoe

    lonojoe Junior Member

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    Man. That means we have to pay really high amount. :(

    OK

    Thanks Man. :)
     
  6. roughy

    roughy Junior Member

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    Nope, in the first several days you may renew it for the same fee and even less if you use a coupon code. I've done that several times. Of course, you should not wait forever.
     
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  7. lonojoe

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    Thanks for the post man.

    Happy to know that they dont charge more. :)
     
  8. roughy

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    Yes but don't wait for too long. I think the same fee is for about 5 days or something. You should receive an email with some info in it when the domain "expires".
     
  9. lonojoe

    lonojoe Junior Member

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    Yap I will try to renew ASAP.

    Thanks Man