Domain Registration Lock
Prevent Domain Hijacking today!
A "domain hijacking" is when someone transfers your domain to another
registrar without your approval. These fraudulent transfers are done in
an attempt to gain ownership of your domain. When our TransferShield™
service is active, hijacking a domain is impossible. Only remove the
TransferShield™ from your domains if you would like to transfer to
another ICANN accredited registrar. TransferShield™ Service is FREE, and
is included with all of our domain registrations. This extra security
will help prevent unauthorized transfer requests and more.
Special Offer: Free Domain Lock with every
purchase! Protect your domain name from domain hijackers!
If you already have a domain, simply transfer
it to us and protect your domain today!
Some Frequently Asked
1. Can I unlock my domain when
You need to unlock it before you can
perform any action, such as renewal, DNS change, etc. Login to the manager
with your username and password, and return to the TransferShield
section. Enter your secret password. Click the Edit Transfershield link. Put a checkmark next to the domain(s)
you need to unlock, and then click Continue. On the next screen, choose
"NO" in the drop-down box, and continue. Your domain will be
unlocked, and you can perform your action. You may return here when you
are done to re-lock your domain. You may unlock and lock your domain an
unlimited number of times at no additional charge for the entire length of
the term you have purchased your domain for.
3. How does the security
On your first visit to the Transfershield section, if you haven't already
set up your question and answer, you'll be prompted to choose a security
password for your own protection. You must choose a question and provide
the answer. You will be prompted for this answer every time you return
to this section. Your options are: 1. Your pet's name; 2. Your mother's
maiden name; 3. Your grandfather's first name; or 4. The last 4 digits
of your Social Security number. These are items it is presumed that only
you would know...
4. What if I forget the security passphrase?
If you have forgotten the answer to the security question, you will have
to prove you are the owner of the domain in order to get access. You will
have to contact us with either a valid photo ID (if the domain is
registered to an individual) or the signatory page of the articles of
incorporation (if the domain is registered to a company). So, choose