Updating domain registrant information

A change of registrant can be done through the transfer-domain transaction.

However, there is a small category of changes that cannot be done using a simple update.

You will find the search tool on the right hand side of this page.

We would also like to point out that you are contractually obliged to keep your details up to date, as specified in our general terms and conditions for end users.

These changes can be made via the Domains tab of your Dashboard. Note: due to ICANN policy, making changes to your registrant contact information (email, phone number, first/last name) will result in a 60 day registrar lock during which you will be unable to transfer your domain name.

You can also change the info for an Admin Contact and a Technical Contact, by clicking on Change next to either listed below your main Registrant info.

These details contain information about the date the domain was registered, its expiration date, registrant information, nameservers, and the domain registrar.

ICANN requires that domain owners have true and accurate ownership details on file with the registry.They can even force registrars to suspend customer domains if there is inaccurate ownership information listed in the system, and as a domain owner, you are required to list true and accurate ownership details for any domains you register.As a useful benefit, Dream Host offers free WHOIS privacy for most domain extensions that you can register through the Dream Host panel.Your registrar will provide you with domain name support, and can update your details for you in our country code registry.WHOIS is the tool used to look up domain name registration details.

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