To all of our customers:
Be vigilant in providing anyone
your user name and password, other than those you trust
The ownership of the domain name
should be in your name or your company's name. If you are
delegating this job to an IT person, the contact information should
not be in his name. This can cause many future problems, and
we get many emails from our customers asking us what to do about it.
If he is not the rightful owner of the domain name and if he leaves
the company, you most likely will have a hard time getting your user
name and password to access your account. Also, do not allow any
technical support personnel tell you to transfer the domain name
from our registrar to another registrar by convincing you that you
will save a few dollars. This is a costly mistake. Your
domain name is very valuable to you, and you do not want to give any
control of it to someone else.
DomainsNext.com is pleased to offer you the ability to
change the ownership of a domain (also known as updating the
registrant information) online in real-time. This is helpful
information if you are selling your domain name. This is a
value-added service and is totally free of charge.
To begin, click on
Manager and login
using your username and password.
1. Change the ownership information to the new owner's information
by clicking on “Edit Contact Information.” On the following page,
change all relevant information (Admin, Owner, Billing and Tech
contact). Do not use contact privacy, and save the information.
2. Please create a new account using this link
4. When all of this is completed, please send us an email requesting
the transfer of the domain name(s) from your existing user account
to the new user account. When we receive this information, we can
transfer (push) the domain names to the new account.
The following information must be forwarded to us:
Domain names in question
User Name and Password of your Account,
User name for the new account
Forward this to
You may use contact information of your choice
for a domain registrant. Many people are reluctant to use
their personal information, especially if a domain may be
objectionable to some. That is understandable, however, ICANN policy is that contact information must be valid, as
is laid out in our Terms of Service. We encourage you to use
business-related (or other, more secure) contact
information, rather than your home contact info. Should you
use totally invalid contact information, and someone
objects, that can be used against you to terminate your