How do I manage my payment profiles?


Payment profiles save your payment information for easy checkouts when buying and renewing your domain names at You can create multiple profiles to use for different transactions, and delete profiles that are out of date.

You can’t delete your default payment profile so make sure you always have at least one valid payment option in your account.



Steps to create a payment profile


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


Log into your Uniregistry account by clicking the green Log In button




2.  Click on the arrow next to ‘Account’ and select ‘Account Settings’ from the drop-down menu.






3.  Choose ‘Payment Profiles’ from the left-hand menu and click ‘Add A New Payment Profile.’


Choose Payment Profiles from the left hand menu within your Uniregistry account




Credit card payment profile

4.  To use a credit card, enter your credit card information and click ‘Create Payment Profile’.


Create profile Uniregistry Payment Profile



PayPal payment profile

5.  To create a payment profile linked to your PayPal account, select the PayPal icon and click on ‘Create Profile.’


Creating a payment profile for PayPal to buy and renew domain names at Uniregistry.



5b.  You’ll be redirected to to log into your PayPal account. Click ‘Agree and Continue’ to set your PayPal account as the default payment method at Uniregistry.


Confirm with PayPal that you would like to create a payment profile using PayPal at Uniregistry.




5c.  You will then be redirected back to your payment profiles page, with your PayPal profile set as your default payment method.


PayPal set as your default payment profile at Uniregistry



6.  To set a payment profile as the default, hover your mouse over the profile and click ‘Use This.’ Now when you checkout, your default payment profile will be automatically selected.


To set your default payment profile for buying and renewing domain names

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