Updating domain registrant information
If your information is available to edit it will look something like this. If you have privacy enabled you might receive a message stating that you need to contact support to change your details. ↑ Table of Contents ↑ Under ICANN policy we have to treat any change in the following items as a change in domain ownership: That means these changes need to be confirmed via email before they can take effect.Changing these details will also cause a 60-day transfer lock to be applied to the domain, unless you specifically opt out during the process.An Individual: enter the full name as it would appear on a credit card, passport or the UK electoral roll. A Business: enter the full legal trading name of the business.Limited and PLC companies can be verified against official company databases such as Companies House in the UK. An Unregistered Business or Sole Trader: enter the name of an authorised individual or insert an individuals full name followed by t/a and then your Company Name.When you visit the Contact Details page you’ll see a notice at the bottom that you authorise us to act as your Designated Agent, and there will be an option to opt out of the transfer lock.If you do not see this option, please follow the steps below for Option 2 the old and the new email addresses.Should additional evidence be required, you will be prompted in your Online Control Panel to provide this.Domain registrant information is public, meaning your name and address can be viewed by anyone looking up your domain name using a WHOIS query, you can opt out of this by activating whois privacy in your Control Panel How to update or change the Legal Registrant of your Domain The process to update or change the legal registrant of a domain is dependent on the the suffix, and therefore, the Registry that the domain is registered with. Updating the legal registrant of an International domain This is a manual process which must be done with the help of our Domain Administration Specialists.
The option to opt out of the transfer lock will be on the confirmation for the old address only.Your registrar will provide you with domain name support, and can update your details for you in our country code registry.Domain owners are required to provide current and valid contact information.Any change made to the registrant's name, organization, or email address will put the domain in a 60-day transfer lock; it will also trigger notification emails that are sent to the old and new registrant notifying them of the change.Please visit the following article for further details: There are many Internet websites that you can use to view domain registrant information listed in this database.