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My first 4Figure sale ever but domain can't transfer

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Hello everyone, I want to ask you why i need to wait for 60 days to get auth code to transfer the domain to buyer?

I sold my domain mid 4Figure but afternic said we need auth code, so i try to get auth code but my registrar saying it's can't transfer out because it's lock for 60 days and i ask him why it's my domain, anyone know about this domain transfer lock, i already informed afternic and they said we will wait next 40 days for transfer the domain.

after this email, i'm very angry on my registrar. I feel they don't to transfer the domain to other registrar.
 
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Your registrar is not to blame.

https://www.icann.org/resources/pages/name-holder-faqs-2017-10-10-en

Why can't I transfer a domain name I just registered to another registrar?​

There are certain situations that can prevent a domain name from being transferred to a different registrar, such as a new registration. Your registrar may deny a transfer request if the domain name is within 60 days of initial registration. Another situation is if the domain name is subject to a 60-day Change of Registrant lock. You cannot transfer a domain name to a different registrar within 60 days of making changes to the registrant name, organization or email address (or the Administrative Contact email address, if there is no registrant email address). At their discretion, some registrars may provide an option for you to opt-out of this 60-day lock period. However, this rule is in place for your protection against unauthorized transfers and the registrar does not have to offer this option. If your ultimate goal is to transfer the domain name, you may want to consider completing the transfer process before changing your contact information.

Registrars also have the option of denying a transfer request within 60 days from when you last transferred the domain name to a different registrar. You may have the option to change web-hosting providers instead of registrars to avoid the inter-registrar transfer process (and lock) altogether. You may also update your domain name's nameservers or change the hosting IP address assigned to your domain name. Check with your registrar and/or hosting provider to see what options you have.
 
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ask afternic nicely if u can push it.
if they say no then ask less nicely.
repeat til pushed.
 
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You can ask Afternic if an internal transfer of the domain to another account is possible (also called a 'push').
 
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the 60 days transfer lock after registering a domain applies to all registrars, you have two options when a domain sells under transfer lock:
1) convince the buyer to wait until the lock is lifted
2) convince the buyer to create an account at the registrar where the domain is registered, and transfer the domain to his account (push).
You can't transfer the domain from one registrar to another but you can transfer from one account to another in the same registrar.
 
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the 60 days transfer lock after registering a domain applies to all registrars, you have two options when a domain sells under transfer lock:
1) convince the buyer to wait until the lock is lifted
2) convince the buyer to create an account at the registrar where the domain is registered, and transfer the domain to his account (push).
You can't transfer the domain from one registrar to another but you can transfer from one account to another in the same registrar.
Another option is to push to a holding account of the marketplace.
 
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I dont do afternic... no patience for that ui... constant in out review of names for no reason... poor ownership verifies etc.... so maybe someone else can explain what it is all about when many people claim afternic is able to transfer names with their whole fast transfer thing including those under 60day lock...I read this many times
 
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