29 Jan '17, 10pm

@jmitra95 Here are some basic rules:

Domain transfers can take anywhere from 30 minutes to 8 days to complete. The exact time-frame depends on the domain’s TLD and the time required for your current registrar to complete the process. Here are the steps to transfer a domain to Namecheap: 1. Verify that your domain is eligible for transfer Before initiating the transfer, make sure your domain qualifies for it. Here are standard requirements for most domains, including all gTLDs (e.g., .COM / .NET / .ORG etc.), new gTLDs (e.g., .BID / .CLUB / .TRADE / .TECH etc.) and some ccTLDs (.TV / .ME / .CO etc.): The domain must have been registered or transferred at least 60 days ago; The domain must be unlocked at the current registrar (its Whois status should be OK or Active); The domain must show a valid and accessible Admin email address in Whois, as the Transfer Approval email will be sent there. Some ccTLDs (.ES / ....

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