Domain Transfer Elsewhere Required:
To transfer a domain, you must first know if the domain is under your control. That is, whether you know the secret code of the domain or whether the domain is locked. In case of domain transfer, you must have the consent of your current provider and you must have access to his email address. Because after the transfer request you will get an email asking for permission, where you have to give consent. Again, the domain you want to transfer must be at least 60 days old. This means that you will not be able to transfer the domain from the company to which you first registered, except after 60 days. An important aspect of a domain transfer is that if the registers of the two providers are the same, you will not be able to transfer the domain, you will be able to move it. Because most are resellers, not registers. And it turns out that most companies offer a lot of benefits by word of mouth but nothing is seen when it comes to working. So you have to think about transferring the domain in the middle of the year. In that case, first, find out if you get the Domain Control Panel. Most of the domain added to your domain controll panel as soon as you purchase the domain. So that in the future no customer has to accept harassment with his domain.