How do I get a Domain Authorization Letter?
Certain business matters, such as requests for Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificates or merchant accounts, require verification of your domain name registration. For example, when you request an SSL certificate from us, we must verify your domain name registration in the Whois database. If we can't verify this information because you have private registration for your domain name, you must provide us with a Domain Authorization Letter from the private registration company.
To get a Domain Authorization Letter, consult your private registration company for specific instructions. If the company sends the letter directly to you, fax or scan and email it to us to prove you own the domain name. For more information, see What is your criteria for accepting Domain Authorization Letters?
If your domain name has private registration through our affiliate company, Domains By Proxy® (DBP), you can request a Domain Authorization Letter in your DBP account. For more information, see Requesting a Domain Authorization Letter from Domains By Proxy and Why does Domains By Proxy need to process my Domain Authorization Letter?
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