Can I move my .be domain name to Kinamo (domain name transfer)?

Last updated on 28 Sep 2023, 10:31:43.
Category: All about domain names

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You can move your .be domain name to Kinamo only if you are the owner or licensee of the domain name. If you are the owner of the domain name it is enough to tell us your domain name. We will start the 'transfer' procedure.

You will receive a request for transfer on the e-mail address that was used for the initial registration of the domain name. Ask Kinamo to verify this address if you are unsure, this avoids unnecessary transfer delays.

If the e-mail address is no longer valid this does not mean you can not transfer the domain name. has a specific procedure for such cases. The official owner or licensee must send a signed fax to requesting the domain name transfer from the current agent to Kinamo. After the transfer, we are able to correct your settings.

Attention: if you are not the owner of the domain name but you have an agreement with the current owner of the domain name to 'trade' it, you may use the "trade" procedure. In this case Kinamo will ask a "trade" of your domain name. The current owner will receive a request to trade on his e-mail adress. You, as the new owner, will get a confirmation of the trade. As soon as both parties agree you will be the new owner of the domain name.

In some cases it is possible that the current owner is no longer available but you have used his/her services for the domain name registration. In that case there is only one solution: contacting and verifying whether a transfer can take place through a legal procedure.

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