A domain name transfer is a complicated task, which is
made more complicated by
the procedural variations of many registrars and registries
and by the
characteristics of each domain. Ultimately, a transfer involves
between DomainPeople, the Partner, the Customer, the Registrant,
Authorizing contact, the Registry and the current Registrar.
It is possible that
a transfer will need to be attempted several times before
When a transfer is blocked and needs manual intervention,
it is usually because
corrective action must take place before the transfer may
proceed. For example,
the current registrar must be told to unlock the domain,
of the authorizing
domain, or the authorizing contact must be called and told
to check their
e-mail, or the Registry Password was wrong and must be re-supplied.
Communication between involved parties is vital in these
cases. Under no
circumstances should it be assumed that just because a transfer
that it was completed. Such assumptions can lead to the
loss of a domain.
Viewing the state of an order.
You will receive an an email to acknowledge your transfer.
This email has a link where you can track the status of
your transfer order.