To transfer a domain visit myCPand look to the DOMAINS menu item on the left panel. Click on Register Domain. On the page that comes up, select “DOMAIN TRANSFER”
Enter the desired domain name and the EPP (Authorization) code that your registrar provided.
To transfer a domain, you have to make sure that it is unlocked. You will need to make this change with your current registrar. If you are unsure if your domain is unlocked or who your registrar is, please click here to do a WhoIs lookup on your domain. You can compare the results from the WhoIs lookup of your domain to this one for SuperbHosting.net.
Near the top of the page is the line ‘Registration Service Provided By: Superb Internet Corporation.’ This is where it will list your current registrar. After ‘Technical Contact,’ the ‘Status’ of the domain is ‘Locked.’ In order to transfer the domain, the status would have to be changed to ‘Unlocked.’ Please contact your current registrar for help unlocking your domain.
NOTE: A domain must be at least 60-days old for a transfer to be completed. If a domain has been transferred within the last 45-days, it cannot be transferred. For .org domains, the waiting period is 60-days. These are restrictions established by the Public Interest Registry.
Only the following domains can be transferred using this form:
.com, .net, .org, .info, .biz, .name, .ca, .us, .cc, .tv, .in, .cn, .com.cn, .net.cn, .org.cn, .com.tw, .org.tw, .idv.tw
As per ICANN regulations, the gaining registrar is required to obtain express authorization from the Transfer Contact(s) (listed Registrant or the Administrative Contact), so a transfer may only proceed if confirmation of the transfer is received by the Gaining Registrar by the Transfer Contact. Authorization must be obtained via Auto-verification/E-mail Authorization.
When an auto-verification transfer order is submitted, a verification email will be sent to the registrant and administrative contact(s) for the domain(s). (In accordance with ICANN Regulations, transfer verification will NOT be sent to technical, billing or other listed contacts for the domain.)
NOTE: If this verification is not received, the transfer will not proceed. Without this verification, transfer requests are not sent to the registry and the domain will not be put into “Pending Transfer” status for release by the losing registrar.
Once a transfer request has been submitted to the registry, (moving the domain into “pending transfer” status), the current registrar for the name will receive notification of the request. ICANN Transfer Policy dictates that current registrar must release the domain within five days of the date and time they were notified of the transfer request.
This is an automated process that involves at least four parties (the global registry, two registrars and the domain contacts). Notifications and approvals are processed automatically except when an explicit request is made by the registrant or administrative contact of the domain to manually approve (ACK) or deny (NACK) a transfer request. The explicit request is made to the registrar of record (losing registrar). The gaining registrar cannot ACK or NACK a transfer request.