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Ownership Change FAQ's
#1 ABC Domain.com is proud to offer you the ability to change the ownership of a domain (also known as updating the registrant information) online through the domain manager. A great service to you (since you don't have to contact us), and is totally free of charge. Log into the domain manager to set your ownership change settings today!
To begin, click the domain
manager login. Enter your username and password. If you have forgotten your username and password, you can enter the email address you used at the time of registration to receive your username and password via email.
Once you're in the Management system, if you wish to change the registrant info for a domain, click the "Ownership Change" link in the Change/Update Information section.
this is your first visit to the Ownership Change section, you'll be prompted to set up a security password for your own protection. You must choose a question and provide the answer. You will be prompted for this answer every time you return to this section. PLEASE NOTE: Please choose something memorable. If you forget your answer, you will not be able to change it without contacting support.
you are in the section, you may click on the domain you wish to alter the ownership of. If you have a large number of domains, you can browse through your list 50 at a time, or you can search for a specific domain. Once you have clicked on the domain, the current information will be displayed. Please make any changes necessary, and then click the Continue button. Your changes will be finalized (if there are
no errors) immediately, reflecting the new owner right away. We will keep a log of all the old information, for future reference, if there is ever any question.
PLEASE NOTE: You may use contact info of your choice for a domain registrant. Many people are reluctant to use their personal information, especially if a domain may be objectionable to some. That is understandable, however, ICANN policy is
that contact information must be valid, as is laid out in our Terms of Service. We encourage you to use business-related (or other, more secure) contact information, rather than your home contact info. Should you use totally invalid contact information, and someone objects, that can be used against you to terminate your domain.