You can easily transfer a domain to HostPresto! through the 'Client Area'.
Check the domain WHOIS information is up to date.
Make sure you have access to the administrative contact email address.
WHOIS registrar lock is disabled.
The domain renewal is more than 10 days.
You have the EPP authorisation key from the current registrar.
The first step is to log into your 'Client Area'. Enter your email address and password into the respective login boxes then select 'Login'.
Go to 'Domains' from the top menu followed by 'Transfer Domains to Us'.
Type in the domain you wish to transfer into the centre box and select the domain extension from the drop down list.
Once entered, select 'Transfer'.
When the confirmation is shown, select 'Continue'.
Near the top, enter the 'EPP Code' obtained from the current registrar for the authorisation that consents the transfer is genuine. If you are not sure what this is, please contact your current registrar for this otherwise the transfer cannot be made.
If you are using custom nameservers, please configure these under the 'Nameservers' heading, otherwise the default entries can be left.
Select 'Continue' to proceed.
Please now review your order.
If you wish to transfer another domain, select 'Continue Shopping' and repeat the stages from above. If not, continue further down the page.
Select your 'Payment Method'.
To complete, select 'Checkout' to transfer the new domain.
Please note - domain transfers may take up to 10 days to complete. A domain transfer does not affect your website or email services.
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