Labeled as question in Domain Beginners, started by Vansh Kumar, Oct 14, 2020 at 2:45 PM
Is there any way to Transfer Domain before 60 Days? Push Service not available....
Where is the domain currently?
A transfer out won't be possible before 60 days after the last transfer between registrar/registration
ICANN FAQ about it : https://www.icann.org/resources/pages/name-holder-faqs-2017-10-10-en
But a push may be possible, sometimes by contacting the registrar's support?
Let me ask the Support! It is Currently at Yahoo Small Business ( TuCows Inc.)
The 60 days for new registrations is fixed by ICANN. I don't believe there are any exceptions. Renewals have a 45 day wait. You can transfer before 45 days, but you won't get another year added to the registration.
@stub @Gube The Push Service is not available and Transfer is not possible before 60 Days So I have a Question From where i registered the domain on that account there is only that domain so I will Give that to Account to seller and then he will change Email and Password. Is it possible? Is there any escrow service which will help me to do it?
Giving them your account is about the only thing you can do if you have sold the domain and the registrar will not allow you to push the domain (have you confirmed that with your registrar?). I'm confused when you say you are giving the domain account name to the seller? I thought you were the seller? So. I'm assuming you are the buyer. I don't know if you could take control of the account, and then change the whois to you, if the registrar won't allow a push. Which might play havoc with an escrow transaction. You should ask the registrar. But if they don't allow a push, then they might not update the whois either on change of ownership of the account. Whois the registrar? We, or somebody, might know their policies, or be able to look them up.
Also. What date was the domain registered? Maybe if it's nearly 60 days, you could agree to complete the transaction after the 60 days are up. Then it would not be a problem with any escrow service because the registrant will change to you.
The Registrator is Yahoo Small Business and I'm the Seller. They allow us to change privacy option. I'm finding a Escrow Service which can help me To do this. Like I will give my Yahoo Small Business Account to Escrow Service After the Payment and they will change Email, Password and Whois Info to Buyer Info. And then they give Email and Password to Buyer. Is there any Escrow service which can do like this?
I don't know. But Epik has the most flexibility with their Escrow. You could ask them. @Gube works for Epik. You could ask him, and if he cannot answer you directly, he can put you in touch with somebody in Epik who could answer all your questions.
I'll Try to ask him. If you find any escrow service then get back to me.
I'm not working for Epik anymore and not exactly sure that would be possible to guarantee the security of the transaction, even if they would be capable of doing it.
I'll ask Tony for you and let you know once I have an answer from him, he takes care of all escrow transactions at Epik.
Also tagging @LaszloSchenk in case that's something Dan could do
I was trying to find out whether you can transfer a Yahoo Small Business Account to somebody else. A Google search had plenty of advice how to open and close an account, but I could not find ANY advice on transferring an account to another person. Which should be a clear warning to the buyer. And would make it difficult for an escrow service to follow a transaction. Just my 2 cents worth of advice. Wait until the 60 days are up.
I have asked him.... And waiting for his Reply hope any escrow service will do this I can give up to 20% of transaction to that Service also @stub I asked them in support they don't support any push service that's why I am asking here...
He just said it was possible, but there are higher risks as it's outside their registrar and not a push
Happy to saw that it is Possible But How it's Risky? First Buyer send Payment to Escrow then He Verify and tell me then I'll Give Email and Pass to Escrow Then he will change all info then he will give that Account to Buyer and Payment to Seller
The issue wouldn't be for the payment but more at the current registrar.
If for some reasons, the registrar is able to revert the account changes, then the funds will already have been delivered and the domain returned to the previous owner.
I assume you are the seller, so it wouldn't be an issue for you but if it was to happen, you may have to get involved again. But it's unlikely to happen anyway
I'll Give the Email Provider Account to seller so no Problem... There is only that Yahoo Small Business Account Created with that Email... Email is all Fresh so now there is no Chance of Risk...
Email Provider is OutLook... I'll give that Account also... I've Created that Account for my relative but now that was my
@Gube I'm asking the Buyer if they are agree with this. I want to know that all things are correct from your side? Means are you or Your Tony is happy with this transaction?
I won't be involved as I'm not working for Epik, but it looks fine for Tony.
If the buyer is also fine with it, you may proceed with Tony directly, he should guide you to initiate the escrow transaction
I am waiting for Buyer's Reply. If he is agree then please Provide Tony's Username or anything else from where i can contact him.... Thanks for Your Help
Followed the thread through @Gube
If the buyer is going to agree to account + domain acquisition, we will manage the process through Epik escrow.
Send me an email on [email protected] when this pulls through with the buyer.
I'll Mail you After Buyer is agree
Sorry to learn this...I always appreciated your quick responses here. Best of luck in your next chapter of life!
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