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Registrant Verification

ICANN now stipulates that as a Registrant of a domain name or by changing your name or email address for existing domains, you need to verify your contact information. For new registrations you must verify your email address. For changes to existing domain names, you must verify the name or email modification. Please note that without timely verification (15 days) of your email address or modified contact information, you can't fully manage your domain name and your domain name will stop resolving after its respective Verification Deadline Date.

That means, you can use one or several contact handles, with the same already confirmed content, for several domains.

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  1. Which TLDs are affected of the Registrant Verification policy?

    There are all gTLDs and nTLDs are affected.

  2. Which domains are affected?

    All new registered, transferred and modified domains.

  3. Which information will verified?

    The combination of Name, Organization and e-Mail address will verified. It will not verified single contact handles or domains.

  4. How the contact details will be verified?

    The mentioned domain registrant e-Mail address is getting automatically an e-Mail with a confirmation LINK after the registration, transfer or update.

  5. How long are the deadline for the verification

    The verification e-Mail must be approved with 15 days. A reminder e-Mail will sent after 7 days if they did not confirmed the LINK.

  6. What will happen if the registrant does not approve the LINK?

    The customer nameserver(s) will replaced at the registry for all domains which using the not verified contact information. The domain(s) are not resolving anymore.