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Old 06-05-2007, 12:58:57 AM     #21 (permalink)

 
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Can't believe that I'm selling my first .co.uk!
Thought it would be similar to the .coms I've sold.

Can somebody help...
TAG change & ownership change are different things.

Ask the buyer for the IPSTAG of their desired registrar & enter this at contract.1+1 / change of provider, then get them to ask their registrar to take the domain onboard. The TAG change is free at 1+1

The ownership change HAS to go through Nominet
http://www.nominet.org.uk/registrant...tain/transfer/

who can also make the TAG change for a fee
http://www.nominet.org.uk/registrant...angeregistrar/

In the case of a sale, it would be wise to make the TAG change after the change of ownership, unless you know the other party is trustworthy. At least you will still have control of the domain should the sale/transfer run into problems.

It all sounds confusing, but is really quite straightforward.
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Old 13-05-2007, 10:08:58 AM     #22 (permalink)

 
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Thanks for the info i need to transfer a domain away from crappy 1and1 but do i still need to pay 10 nominet fees.
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Old 13-05-2007, 04:41:13 PM     #23 (permalink)

 
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Thanks for the info i need to transfer a domain away from crappy 1and1 but do i still need to pay 10 nominet fees.
It depends what you consider the term "transfer" to mean.
I suspect most people here would say "transfer ownership" and "change TAG"

To reiterate,

To change TAG to a different registrar is free at 1+1, although the new registrar may make a charge.

If you ask Nominet to change the TAG for you, you will have to pay the Nominet TAG change fee.

To change ownership will require you completing the Nominet transfer forms & paying the Nominet transfer fee.


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Old 09-08-2011, 09:52:45 AM     #24 (permalink)
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Really, very informative post
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