All you have to do...
Make a transfer request for your domain. Visit the new registrar and look for
a link saying "transfer"
Approve the transfer confirmation email sent to your domain's Admin contact email.
You can look up which email is listed as your Admin contact by using WHOIS
Lookup. If you or whoever else has access to this e-mail address doesn't
respond to the confirmation e-mail and accept the transfer within 5 days (or they
explicitly deny the transfer), the request is automatically cancelled.
Q. What if my admin e-mail is no longer valid?
A. You must
contact the original registrar to request a change of the Admin contact e-mail
3. After you approved
our transfer confirmation email, wait 2-3 days, look for a second email to confirm.
This second email will be sent from your previous domain registration company
to verify that you wanted to transfer away from them. It is very important that
you look for and approve this email within 3 days, or your previous domain registration
will cancel your transfer request.
IMPORTANT: If you do not complete steps #2 and #3 (approve both emails), the domain
transfer can not be completed, and will be canceled.
Verify that 1 renew year has been added by checking your WHOIS
record. If your transfer / renewal was successful, you should see 1 additional
year added to the expiration date of your domain's whois record. The technical
contact listed will usually be the new registrar, although it might have your
Q. When will my domain name expire?
Look it up using the WHOIS tool
- the expiry date will be listed.
Q. How many years will the transfer
A. Transfers can only be for one year initially, but you can
extend the length at any time later.