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Who Owns the Domain and is There a Fee for Moving the Domain?
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Dollar A Day Websites does not charge you, the customer, for the registration or transfer-in domains. In the case of a transfer-in, there is a one-year extension applied to the life of the domain, which remains with the domain even if the domain is transferred-out away from us. We eat the cost of this extension. We do not charge a domain release fee to release your domain for transfer-out. While your domain is with us, we administer the nameservers and dns records, and will gladly implement any changes to the records that you need, even to services external to us – free of charge. We do not provide the customer direct cpanel access to those settings. Also for the duration that your domain is with us, we list the domain whois records as our information – to maintain your privacy, security, and reduce the mass of solicitation, spam, and scam emails, mails, calls, & faxes that unfortunately accompany domain ownership - that you would otherwise receive; and also to ease the process of service verification for any services that you would have us implement for you. You do not sign a service duration contract with us, we must earn the retention of your business each month. We do utilize from a selection of backend providers, at our discretion, a registrar provider (a common practice in the industry). Be advised that in the case of moving your domain away from us, most other reputable domain registrars do not charge a transfer fee, but yet they may charge at least a one-year extension added to the life of the domain (which is a common practice in the industry, we eat that cost where others do not). You will have to consult with that outside provider to determine their standard operating procedure. It is an industry standard ICANN policy that any domain, whether new or transferred, reside with a registrar for 60 days before it is able to be transferred away to another registrar. Should you desire to relocate services away from us prior to that 60 day lock release, we will modify the necessary nameservers or dns records to utilize the domain with the new provider in the interim, until the time that the domain can be actually transferred – again free of charge from us. Should you decide to move your website services away from us, we will not remain in place as your registrar: if we are neither your website provider nor your internet marketing provider. In this case it would be your or your chosen website provider’s responsibility to take direct ownership of the domain. If in which case should you decide that you want to have direct control of the domain yourself without giving full control to the chosen website provider, we will be glad to consult with you in your choosing and implementation of a gaining registrar account in your name – again at no charge from us. Should you move your website away from us, but retain us as your internet marketing provider, we can remain as your domain registrar for the life of that marketing account. Domain unlock and epp(transfer) code can be requested from us at any time that is not under the ICANN 60 day lock. When a domain is transferred-out away from us, it is the responsibility of the domain owner to see to it that the whois records are updated after successful transfer completion.  When a domain is transferred-out away from us, it is the responsibility of the domain owner to see to it that any tertiary providers are updated or cancelled, respectively. Typically a business owner or manager with a website does not have the time or interest to become well versed in domain policies, procedures, maintenance, and operation.  It is our goal to provide a domain experience that is headache free. Your domain concerns point of contact: domains@dollaradaysites.net
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© Dollar a Day Websites & Marketing  769-798-6761
Who Owns the Domain and is There a Fee for Moving the Domain?
Business Exchange Member
Dollar A Day Websites does not charge you, the customer, for the registration or transfer-in domains. In the case of a transfer-in, there is a one- year extension applied to the life of the domain, which remains with the domain even if the domain is transferred-out away from us. We eat the cost of this extension. We do not charge a domain release fee to release your domain for transfer-out. While your domain is with us, we administer the nameservers and dns records, and will gladly implement any changes to the records that you need, even to services external to us – free of charge. We do not provide the customer direct cpanel access to those settings. Also for the duration that your domain is with us, we list the domain whois records as our information – to maintain your privacy, security, and reduce the mass of solicitation, spam, and scam emails, mails, calls, & faxes that unfortunately accompany domain ownership - that you would otherwise receive; and also to ease the process of service verification for any services that you would have us implement for you. You do not sign a service duration contract with us, we must earn the retention of your business each month. We do utilize from a selection of backend providers, at our discretion, a registrar provider (a common practice in the industry). Be advised that in the case of moving your domain away from us, most other reputable domain registrars do not charge a transfer fee, but yet they may charge at least a one-year extension added to the life of the domain (which is a common practice in the industry, we eat that cost where others do not). You will have to consult with that outside provider to determine their standard operating procedure. It is an industry standard ICANN policy that any domain, whether new or transferred, reside with a registrar for 60 days before it is able to be transferred away to another registrar. Should you desire to relocate services away from us prior to that 60 day lock release, we will modify the necessary nameservers or dns records to utilize the domain with the new provider in the interim, until the time that the domain can be actually transferred – again free of charge from us. Should you decide to move your website services away from us, we will not remain in place as your registrar: if we are neither your website provider nor your internet marketing provider. In this case it would be your or your chosen website provider’s responsibility to take direct ownership of the domain. If in which case should you decide that you want to have direct control of the domain yourself without giving full control to the chosen website provider, we will be glad to consult with you in your choosing and implementation of a gaining registrar account in your name – again at no charge from us. Should you move your website away from us, but retain us as your internet marketing provider, we can remain as your domain registrar for the life of that marketing account. Domain unlock and epp(transfer) code can be requested from us at any time that is not under the ICANN 60 day lock. When a domain is transferred-out away from us, it is the responsibility of the domain owner to see to it that the whois records are updated after successful transfer completion.  When a domain is transferred- out away from us, it is the responsibility of the domain owner to see to it that any tertiary providers are updated or cancelled, respectively. Typically a business owner or manager with a website does not have the time or interest to become well versed in domain policies, procedures, maintenance, and operation.  It is our goal to provide a domain experience that is headache free. Your domain concerns point of contact: domains@dollaradaysites.net
© Dollar a Day Websites & Marketing  769-798-6761
Who Owns the Domain and is There a Fee for Moving the Domain?
Customer Portal Customer Portal Contact Us Contact Us Business Exchange Member
Dollar A Day Websites does not charge you, the customer, for the registration or transfer-in domains. In the case of a transfer-in, there is a one-year extension applied to the life of the domain, which remains with the domain even if the domain is transferred-out away from us. We eat the cost of this extension. We do not charge a domain release fee to release your domain for transfer-out. While your domain is with us, we administer the nameservers and dns records, and will gladly implement any changes to the records that you need, even to services external to us – free of charge. We do not provide the customer direct cpanel access to those settings. Also for the duration that your domain is with us, we list the domain whois records as our information – to maintain your privacy, security, and reduce the mass of solicitation, spam, and scam emails, mails, calls, & faxes that unfortunately accompany domain ownership - that you would otherwise receive; and also to ease the process of service verification for any services that you would have us implement for you. You do not sign a service duration contract with us, we must earn the retention of your business each month. We do utilize from a selection of backend providers, at our discretion, a registrar provider (a common practice in the industry). Be advised that in the case of moving your domain away from us, most other reputable domain registrars do not charge a transfer fee, but yet they may charge at least a one-year extension added to the life of the domain (which is a common practice in the industry, we eat that cost where others do not). You will have to consult with that outside provider to determine their standard operating procedure. It is an industry standard ICANN policy that any domain, whether new or transferred, reside with a registrar for 60 days before it is able to be transferred away to another registrar. Should you desire to relocate services away from us prior to that 60 day lock release, we will modify the necessary nameservers or dns records to utilize the domain with the new provider in the interim, until the time that the domain can be actually transferred – again free of charge from us. Should you decide to move your website services away from us, we will not remain in place as your registrar: if we are neither your website provider nor your internet marketing provider. In this case it would be your or your chosen website provider’s responsibility to take direct ownership of the domain. If in which case should you decide that you want to have direct control of the domain yourself without giving full control to the chosen website provider, we will be glad to consult with you in your choosing and implementation of a gaining registrar account in your name – again at no charge from us. Should you move your website away from us, but retain us as your internet marketing provider, we can remain as your domain registrar for the life of that marketing account. Domain unlock and epp(transfer) code can be requested from us at any time that is not under the ICANN 60 day lock. When a domain is transferred-out away from us, it is the responsibility of the domain owner to see to it that the whois records are updated after successful transfer completion.  When a domain is transferred-out away from us, it is the responsibility of the domain owner to see to it that any tertiary providers are updated or cancelled, respectively. Typically a business owner or manager with a website does not have the time or interest to become well versed in domain policies, procedures, maintenance, and operation.  It is our goal to provide a domain experience that is headache free. Your domain concerns point of contact: domains@dollaradaysites.net
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