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Domains must be kept for 90 days before sale? so i cant sell a site for 90 days?

Discussion in 'Domain Names' started by cluongo18, Sep 10, 2010.

  1. #1
    I noticed you cant transfer domains for 90 days after you buy or transfer them. So essentially this means, you buy a domain name, make a website, and you cant sell it for 90 days?
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    cluongo18, Sep 10, 2010 IP
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  2. mjewel

    mjewel Prominent Member

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    You can do a "push" to another owner with the same registrar. You can't transfer it to another registrar for 60 days.
     
    mjewel, Sep 10, 2010 IP
  3. cluongo18

    cluongo18 Member

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    Figured so, thanks!
     
    cluongo18, Sep 10, 2010 IP
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    free123 Greenhorn

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    I don't think so, if you get buyer one day no problem
     
    free123, Sep 15, 2010 IP
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    laggr Peon

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    i believe you meant 60 days? but anyway, the rule is you're not allowed to transfer registrars 60days from when you bought the domain. you can, however, do a domain push. a domain push is simply a transfer of a domain from one account to another within the same registrar. you can do a domain push immediately after you bought a domain so if you plan on buying a domain and selling it hours later, the best way to go is to have your buyer create a free account to instantly transfer the domain without any problems :) hope that helps
     
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    If it the same registrar who will the domain will continue to be registered with, there are no issues.
     
    emvy548, Sep 19, 2010 IP
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    For e.g on godaddy If somebody pushed a domain to me today... then can i push the same domain again to someone on the same day?
     
    welcometheKing, Sep 20, 2010 IP
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    chandan123 Prominent Member

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    yes you can push that domain same day. but u can't transfer for another 60days freom the push ( one of the idiotic policy of godaddy )
     
    chandan123, Sep 20, 2010 IP
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    What is the difference between push and transfer then?
     
    welcometheKing, Sep 20, 2010 IP
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    chandan123 Prominent Member

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    push - give your domain to some other guys within same registrar normally instant
    transfer -= give your domain to some other guy with diff registrar takes 5-6 days to transfer

    when some 1 push domain in GD they cant transfer another 60days from that push date even the domain is more than 60days old ( thats what i called stupid policy :D )
     
    chandan123, Sep 20, 2010 IP
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    psharma Notable Member

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    Yes, but these rules are also dependent on which registrar you are using.
     
    psharma, Sep 20, 2010 IP
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    No, 60 days is an ICANN rule, not the registrars.
     
    mjewel, Sep 20, 2010 IP
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    psharma Notable Member

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    Yes 60 days rule is icann's but some registrars make it just 30 days.
    Also some registrars allow free push very early.
    And some registrars do not allow free push at all.
     
    psharma, Sep 20, 2010 IP
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    What registrar allows transfers out after 30 days?
     
    mjewel, Sep 20, 2010 IP
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    chandan123 Prominent Member

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    push is always free but some registrars try to make money from that too

    push is possible after just that domain registration too but most registrars put 5 days rule to avoid tasting , charge back etc issues
     
    chandan123, Sep 20, 2010 IP
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