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What is domain redemption Period?

Located in General Domain Discussion, started by zeeshan zahoor, Oct 26, 2020

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  1. zeeshan zahoor

    zeeshan zahoor Established Member

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    Hello everyone I hope you all will be fine.
    well, I want to know what is domain redemption period means?
    and my 2nd question is if a domain expires today and the owner did not renew it when that domain will come back for registration availability?
     
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  2. passini

    passini Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    I will post an image that will answer your question but next time try to use the search function before asking things that have been discussed so many times.

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  3. Brack Nelson

    Brack Nelson Established Member

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    If your domain gets expire you will get a 30 day grace period, and you can renew your domain in this period of time.

    If the Redemption period over somehow you could not pay within 30 days, your domain will get released and can be registered by 3rd parties.
     
  4. brandpainvestment

    brandpainvestment Established Member

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    This explains all.
     
  5. Bill Jenson

    Bill Jenson New Member

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    Thanks for the answer I was just gonna ask the same thing :D :D
     
  6. The Durfer

    The Durfer Top Contributor VIP Gold Account

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    yes what about a domain that was created in 1994 and has expired and is being auctioned off. Is it reborn or does the winner of the auction get a 1994 domain?
     

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