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How to transfer?
Before starting domain transfer
The Domain should be unlocked from the current registrar panel.
The ID/Privacy Protection for the domain needs to be disabled.
Get the EPP code for the domain from the current registrar panel.
Order a transfer at ewallhost.com
Initiate domain transfer at ewallhost.com.
Transfer should be initiated in eWallHost by giving the EPP code.
Check your Email
Transfer verification emails for the domain needs to be approved.
Waiting for the losing registrar approval.
Once the losing registrar approves, the transfer will get completed.
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Domain Theft Protection
We provide free protection of your domain name from being transferred accidentally and from domain theft by unauthorized users.
Free lifetime DNS service which allows you to manage your DNS records on our globally distributed and highly redundant DNS infrastructure.
Free Email Accounts
Free two 100MB email accounts featuring firstname.lastname@example.org, along with spam and virus protection.
The website automatically redirects to your desired URL or destination, when you enter your domain name in the browser. You don't need a Hosting for this action.
When Domain’s ID/Privacy protection is enabled, the domain owner’s registered details are hidden with proxy contact information in Whois Lookup.
Frequently Asked Questions
A domain transfer refers to the way toward changing the assigned registrar of a domain name. Once a transfer has completed, the new registrar will keep up all appropriate data in regards to the domain and the registrant. Domain names only can be moved/transferred just if domain registered with the past registrar for 60 days or more.
An Authorization Code (also called an Auth Code or EPP Code) is required when transferring domains from one registrar to another. The transfer Authorization Code made when the domain is first registered and can get it from the current Registrar for your domain.