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Transferring a domain to another registrar has never been easier! Get help and advice from the experts in our Support Center, whenever you need it. This includes Concierge support during the transfer itself.
First, you need to check if your domain meets transfer requirements, then you need to get your authorization code, and finally, submit your domain for transfer. You can find out more information in our article, How to transfer a domain.
The 60-day is an ICANN policy to help prevent domain hijacking when transferring between two registrars. Read more about this in our Canceled transfers article.
If you want to move your domain to another webhostifier account, you can choose to Change Ownership.
Please be aware that domain ownership change is final, and if you want to get your domain back, you must contact the new owner to reverse this action.
It’s easy! Just head to your webhostifier account and follow the instructions on our Transfer statuses article to track your move.
It usually takes between 30 minutes and six days for the transfer to complete. Our blog post How long does a domain transfer take?, has lots of information on domain transfer time.
A transfer request may be denied for various reasons, such as if there is evidence of fraud, a dispute over who the domain registrant is, or if the requirements are not met.