How do I push a domain name to another account?

 

At Uniregistry, we make domain names easy.   So whether you’re buying or selling a name, or giving a gift to a loved one, transferring domains between Uniregistry accounts is the fastest and simplest way to change ownership.  We call it a ‘push transfer’ and all you need is the email address of the receiving account.

 

 

 

Steps to push a domain from your Uniregistry account to another Uniregistry account

 

1.  Log in to your account at Uniregistry.com by clicking the ‘Log In/Sign Up’ button in the upper-right corner of the homepage.

 

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2.  Click ‘Transfer’ from the menu at the top of the page.

 

Select Transfer at Uniregistry

 

 

 

3.  Select ‘Transfer to another account’ from the left-hand menu.

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4.  Type or paste the domain(s) to be pushed, one per line.  Enter the Uniregistry account email address of the receiving account and click the ‘Continue’ button.

  • Expired domains must be renewed before they can be transferred.
  • If the recipient doesn’t have a Uniregistry account yet, they’ll be invited to create one when you submit the transfer.

 

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5.  Before sending the transfer request you must:

  • Enter your account password to verify you are the account holder.
  • Confirm you approve the potential change of registrant which may occur.
  • Agree to opt-out of the 60-day transfer lock (keep box selected) or deselect the box to lock the names from further transfer for 60 days (this cannot be undone)
  • Review the recipient email address and the list of domain names to be transferred.

 

Then click the ‘Send Request’ button.

 

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You may cancel a transfer to another Uniregistry account any time before the recipient accepts it.  You may also resend the transfer email to the recipient of the transfer.  Any transfer not completed within 5 days will be cancelled automatically.

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