Hey guys, I have a random situation, hopefully one of you have some insight on possible solutions. I am currently in the middle of consolidating and cleaning up over 400 domains, and that includes moving them from one host to another. There are over 20 GoDaddy accounts I'm going through, each with tons of domains. Basically here's my situation: I have a domain, registered with GoDaddy, but I literally have no information regarding log-in credentials. I know the e-mail address (was able to squeeze it out of godaddy), but searching through ALL of my records back to 2012 even, I couldn't find anything about the name or Gmail account. Went through Gmail, tried to recover account, putting in tons of old passwords, etc... No luck. All I want to do is access the domain registrar account So I can change the nameservers and make sure the domain is set to auto-renew. Is this possible without domain registrar account access? I've tried messing around with the hosting cPanel but can't seem to get anything to work. It's a huge pain in the butt. Basically someone created a GMAIL account a while ago, regged the domain, and didn't log any of the info to login. I told GoDaddy I had access to "Admin@domain.com" and they still wouldn't send me any info. Kind of annoying, but I understand. Any help?