New regulations with the change of domain ownership
Today we bring you very important information for those who have registered one or various domains and want to do an owner change, since ICANN has reported a change that will affect the way it was done so far.
Specifically, this measure affects you if you want to change the name, last name or email of the owner or person who has registered the domain name and the company name . As for the extensions affected would be some of the most used as .com, .net or .org, and other new extensions as .wiki , .audio , .hosting , etc.
If this is your case, you should know that if you request the change of ownership, the domain will be automatically blocked for transfer for up to 60 days, that is, you cannot change providers for up to two months.
The new process is as follows: The first step is that the holder has to request the change. Then, the old and new owner must confirm their agreements with the change. Once the change takes place the domain is blocked for transfer for two months.
This new way to change the ownership of domains will be enforced starting December 1st of 2016.
Please take note of this information if you are thinking of making any owner changes to your domains.