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Advanced Transfer

Please enter the domain name (e.g. yourdomain.com) and the Transfer Authorization Code for each domain you are transferring to Webnames.ca.

Domain Name Authorization Code

Bulk Transfer

Please enter the domain name (e.g. yourdomain.com) and the Transfer Authorization Code separated by a space. One domain and transfer code per line.

How to Transfer Your Domain Name

Transferring your domain name to Webnames.ca is easy, and generally involves three simple steps:

1. Initiate the transfer through a Webnames account.

2. Check your email and confirm the domain transfer request.

3. Once transfer details have been confirmed, we will submit your request.

Most transfers are completed within five calendar days, but can take up to seven days in some instances, after the request is submitted.

Free with every domain:

Domain forwarding or gripping, email channeling, and parking pages.

Want us to manage the transfer process for you?

Contact our Customer Support Team, we’ll ask you some questions & get the job done.

Have a large domain portfolio?

Get in touch with our Sales Team to discuss bulk discounts.

Transfer Pricing

Domain Transfer Price
.CA CAD$14.00
.COM USD$13.00
.NET USD$13.00
.ORG USD$13.50

Frequently Asked Questions

What is an authorization code?

An authorization code is also known as an EPP or a transfer key. It is only through this code that domain names can be transferred to different registrars. Each domain name is assigned its own transfer code.

How do I obtain my authorization code?

Some domains registrars will display your authorization code within your account, but in some cases, you will need to send your current registrar’s support team to obtain the code.

How long does it take to transfer my domain name?

Transferring your domain name over will usually take 5 days, but it can be shorter depending on the domain extension. For .COM, .NET and .ORG, the process will take 5 days but if you are transferring a .CA domain name, the process takes place immediately once verification is complete.

What is a locked domain name?

A locked domain name, also known as registrar lock, means that your domain name is locked and cannot be transferred or altered in anyway. If your domain name is locked, then you will have to manually unlock it.

How do I find out if my domain name is locked?

Some registrars lock domains by default, while others offer it as a separate service. The best way to find out is by going to within your account and checking to see if there is an option to unlock your domain name.

 

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