Accepting a Domain Name into Your Account
An account change occurs when an account owner moves a domain name from one account with us (the initiating account) to another (the receiving account). You need to have an account with us to complete the account change and accept the domain name.
When an account owner initiates an account change in his/her account, we email information about accepting the account change to the receiving account's owner. The email message might contain a transaction ID and security code (if applicable).
NOTE: Account changes expire after 10 days. However, the initiating account's owner can re-initiate it. For more information, see Moving a Domain Name Out of Your Account.
To Accept a Domain Name Into Your Account
- Log in to your Account Manager.
If you do not have an account, click Create Account, and complete the fields to set up your account.
- From All Products, hover over Domains and then select Domain Management.
If you already own domains and see the Domains bar, click Launch.
- From the Domains tab, click Domain Ownership Changes. The Incoming Account Changes page displays.
- Complete one of the following:
- If the domain name displays in the list — Select the domain name, and then click Quick Accept.
- If the domain name does not display in the list — Click Manually Accept Domains, enter the following, click Next, and then proceed through checkout of the free transaction:
- Transaction ID — The identification code from the email we sent you.
- Security Code — The security code from the email we sent you.
For more information about working with your domain, see Managing Your Domain Names.
Can I transfer an expired domain name?
Transferring Expired Domain Names
How do I transfer a domain name from Register.com to you?
What domain name extensions can I transfer to you?
Can I unlock an expired domain name?
Resending a Domain Name Account Change Email
Your message was successfully sent.
There was an error in sending your message, please try again.
Have a question about the content of this article?