Why does Domains By Proxy need to process my Domain Authorization Letter?
When you purchase Private Registration for your domain name, the contact information for Domains By Proxy® (DBP) displays in the Whois database instead of your personal contact information. Because DBP is a separate legal entity, it must prepare the Domain Authorization Letter before your Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate or merchant account provider issues the necessary certificate for your website.
In your DBP account, you can request a Domain Authorization Letter for an SSL certificate, merchant account, or another business matter. DBP charges a $15 service fee for each Domain Authorization Letter and usually processes requests within 48 hours. For more information, see Requesting a Domain Authorization Letter from Domains By Proxy.
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