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How to Initiate a Domain Transfer?

Domain Transfer
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Before initiating domain transfer, you must have an Authorization (EPP) key for the domain, and you have to disable transfer prohibition if any transfer prohibition is imposed on the domain. Domain may not be transferred if these conditions are not met.

You may see the transfer code in the control panel for domain management at the current registrar. If the code is not visible in the current domain management account, you should ask your registrar to provide it to you.

You must log into your customer account at superhosting.bg and choose the ‘Initiate Transfer’ option to initiate transfer. Please enter the EPP code in the text box.

If the domain is associated with a hosting account, you should choose what will happen with domain DNS settings after transferring it to SuperHosting.BG.

Options are as follows:
- do not change the Name Servers;
- automatically change the Name Servers for this domain with the hosting account's Name Servers;
- randomly setting Name Servers.

Depending on your choice, DNS settings will be changed automatically and immediately after the domain is transferred to SuperHosting.BG. Domain DNS settings may also be set later manually, immediately after the domain is transferred to SuperHosting.BG.

After transfer initiation, you may monitor transfer status throughout the period of transfer procedure in your customer profile. The standard transfer period continues for up to 6 days starting on the date when the verification e-mail is confirmed.

DOMAIN TRANSFER CONDITIONS
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1. If domain registration or the latest domain renewal has happened less than 60 days ago, domain transfer may not happen. In this case, you should wait for the 60-day period to expire, after which the domain will be ready for transfer.

2. If the domain expires in less than 7 days, it is possible that the transfer may not happen. If the transfer does not happen due to an insufficient remaining period, the domain should be renewed with its current registrar; 60 days after the renewal, you will be able to initiate a new transfer.

3. If the date of the transfer request submission for the domain registration period has already expired, transfer may not happen. In this case, the domain should be renewed with its current registrar, and 60 days after the renewal, you will be able to initiate a new transfer.

4. To enable domain transfer, you must have access to the e-mail address that was entered as an administrative contact during domain registration. In case you have any doubts as to the e-mail address entered, you may check it at: http://whois.domaintools.com/yourdomain.com

5. If the Privacy Protect (ID Protect) service that hides contact information is enabled for the domain, this service should be disabled. Otherwise, a verification e-mail for transfer confirmation may not be sent.

6. If the latest domain renewal was performed less than 45 days before transfer initiation, it is possible that domain may not be transferred, or if transfer happens, an additional year will NOT be added to the domain period. In this case, you should wait for the 45-day period to expire, after which the domain will be ready for transfer.

SuperHosting.BG is not responsible for checking whether a particular domain meets the requirements mentioned above, as a significant part of the information is available only to the domain owner. Therefore, the domain owner must ensure that the domain meets the requirements, so that it may be transferred to SuperHosting.BG.

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