REGISTRATION TRANSFER-IN ORDER FORM

You may transfer a domain name registration for only the cost of a renewal.

There are some restrictions on domain transfers:

  • The registration must not have been expired, transfered, or newly registered within the past 60 days.
  • The registration must not be locked or on hold by the current Registrar.
  • The domain name or any information associated with it must not be in dispute.
  • The registration's Administrative Contact information must not be hidden or obscured by a privacy feature.
  • The Administrative Contact information must be correct and the Admin Contact must respond to a transfer authorization request email from MetaPros.
Request a registration transfer-in and renewal using the form below.
 
 
Domain Name:
Example: metapros.net  Do not include "www".
If you have multiple names to renew, list the other domain names in the Comments area below.
  
Select the number of years to be added to the registration:
 
Billing Information
 
First Name:
Last Name:
Company:
Address:
City:
State:
Postal Code:
Country:
State (if other than the United States or Canada):
Phone Number:
Fax Number:
E-Mail Address:
Comments:
Payment Information
 
Payment Type: Credit card
Check
Hosting account

If paying by Credit Card...
 
Card Type: 
Name on card: 
Card number: 
Expiration date:  /

If paying by Check...
 
Your registration request will not be processed until your check payment is received and cleared by your bank.

Make check payable to MetaProfessionals, Inc.
Indicate on the check your domain (account) name.
Mail check to:
   MetaProfessionals, Inc.
   PMB 262
   8918 W. 21 Street N., Suite 200
   Wichita, Kansas 67205


If charging to an existing Hosting Account at MetaPros...
 
Account Name:
Usually this is your account's main domain name
 

Finish

Type the code shown:   verification image, type it in the box

 
 
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