How do I create a new contact in my address book?

All domain registrations require a valid name, mailing address, phone number and email address to be compliant to your Registration Agreement.  That's why you must create and verify a contact before you can register or transfer domains to your Uniregistry account. 



Steps to create a new contact in your address book


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





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





3.  Choose ‘Address Book’ from the left-hand menu.




4.  Click 'Add a New Address Profile'



Add a new payment profile at Unireigstry



5.  Fill in the appropriate fields and click ‘Create Address’

  • Click the 'company' link below the email address field to reveal the organization field.
  • Click 'more' under the address field to reveal additional space.





5b.  If your email has not been used for a contact before you will need to verify it.  Locate the email in your inbox with the subject 'Contact Verification' from Uniregistry and click the verification link.



Verify Contact at Uniregistry



5c.  Your browser will display a confirmation page when contact verification is successful.



Verification contact successful



6.  Use the verified address profiles in your Uniregistry address book for the registrant, administrative, billing and technical contacts for your domains.

Click the orange "Verify" button to resend the verification email.


Address Book at Uniregistry



Useful Tips

  • Set your default address by hovering over the profile you want and clicking 'UseThis'.
  • You can't use an address for a domain until it is verified.
  • An orange 'Verify' button means your contact isn't verified yet.  Click the 'Verify' button to resend the 'Contact Verification' email, and complete steps 5b and 5c above.
  • Delete a contact by clicking 'Edit' and then 'Delete Address'.


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