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godaddy domain return

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by xyforever, Dec 7, 2010.

  1. xyforever

    xyforever BANNED BANNED

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    somebody try domain cancel transfer at godaddy before? i was transferred a domain to some one and he dint pay for it.. i was wondering can i force to get back my domain ?? appreciate if some one answer my question.. very urgent actually..
     
  2. SarMa-

    SarMa- Junior Member

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    Contact support, explain what happen and you will get your domain back, I would suggest to call them, would be much faster. ;)
     
  3. gregstereo

    gregstereo Elite Member

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    Yes contact them via phone right away. A lot depends on the details of the sale as to whether or not you can retain the name, but once the transfer process has started you can't waste a second.
     
  4. bobby the big gun

    bobby the big gun Newbie

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    First off all that isnt right you shoul do watever you can to get that domain back or get your money. Either way you need to call them.
     
  5. fvcktheworld

    fvcktheworld Regular Member

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    Yes you can get it back. You have to call them and you will have to explain and possibly prove the situation to them. They are actually really good to deal with about things like this as I have had to deal with them twice about the same thing. Just give them a call and explain what is going on.