Someone please advise, this is doing my head in... I'm having problems transferring a domain to someone in the Netherlands. He has asked me to release the domain to the REGISTRAR-EU tag which appears to belong to a fairly large registrar openprovider.com i.e. this tag is not the buyer's own self-managed tag. I have tried to put the domain on this registrar's tag twice now but they have their tag set to handshake request and they aren't accepting the handshake! BUT I'm concerned that we're just wasting our time because even if the registrar accepts the domain, it won't result in the domain being properly transferred as the registrant name will still be in my name won't it? Or do some registrars enable their customers to change the registrant field in their account? I thought the only ways you could transfer a .uk domain to someone else were: 1. via the standard Nominet transfer process on the Nominet website where a fee is charged, or 2. if the buyer has their own self-managed tag you release the domain to that tag and he can change the registrant details to his own. Am I right? At least that is what I have been trying to explain to him. I've sold hundreds of .co.uk/.uk domains and each transfer has been via one of the above methods. I'm not sure if he has understood my English perfectly but he is still insisting I release the domain onto the REGISTRAR-EU tag. To top it off in the last 24 hours I've got another buyer for another domain in the Netherlands who also wants me to release it to the REGISTRAR-EU tag! Help!