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Transfers and Account Changes

A domain name transfer moves a domain name from one registrar to another. An account change moves a domain name from one account to another at the same registrar.

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Get Authorization Code via Download

Some domain name registries require authorization codes for transfers, but we cannot...

Restarting Domain Transfers to Us

If there is an error with your domain name transfer to us, it displays in the Status...

Updating Missing or Inaccurate Authorization Codes

Some domain name registries assign authorization codes (also known as EPP codes or...

Unlock Expired Domains

Unlocking your expired domain name is easy. Log in to your MegaSimple.com account....

Transferring Domain Names to Another Registrar

The process for transferring a domain name registered with MegaSimple.com to another...

Accepting Domain Account Changes

An account change occurs when an account owner moves a domain from one account with...

How do I resend the transfer IDs to my updated admin email address?

When you purchase a domain name transfer to us, we send the transfer IDs required to...

Authorization Codes to Transfer ccTLDs

The country-code top-level domain names (ccTLDs) in the table below have unique...

Declining a Domain Name Account Change

If you have a pending domain name account change but do not want to move it, you can...

Transfer Domain Names to MegaSimple.com

It's not difficult to transfer your domain name to MegaSimple.com. You'll complete...

Move a Domain to Another MegaSimple.com Account              

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Get an Authorization Code to Transfer Expired Domains              

If you want to transfer your expired domain to another company, you might need an...

Get an Authorization Code to Transfer My Domain to Another Registrar              

If you want to transfer your domain to another company, the other company may ask for...