Protected Domain Registration
It happens hundreds of times every day – and it could happen to you!
Your credit card expires. You change your email address and don’t update your domain contact information. Someone close to you, or a social engineer, transfers your domain name away without your permission.
When the domain name goes, everything else goes, too!
One oversight and you could lose the domain name you worked so hard to get. That means any website or email services associated with it will stop working.*
Protected Registration protects you from:
Protected Registration is packed with the safeguards and security you need:
Plus, Protected Registration means you’ll enjoy the benefits of a quarterly email statement that provides you with key domain status details.
Also, take advantage of Private and Business Registration — keep your domain safe while still having the option of marketing your business info in the WhoIs database.
How It Works:
- Simply apply Domain Ownership Protection to your domain name.
- Once applied, if your name expires without your renewal, the domain will be placed on inactive protected status for up to 12 months.
- You can rescue the domain while on inactive, protected status for the cost of the renewal.
- Domain Ownership Protection is not available for some domain names.
- What happens if my protected domain expires?
- Adding Protected Registration to Your Domains
- Cancelling Protected Registration
- What is Protected Registration?