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What does a GTLD TRANSFER IN AUTHORISTATION Email look like ?


When you wish to transfer a gTLD (.com / .net / .org / .biz / .info .etc) domain to Astutium as your Registrar, an authorisation email will be sent to the email contacts for the domain name by both the Losing and Gaining Registrars

THIS IS NOT SPAM but a requirement of you [action] of the domain - if you block, bounce or report the reminders as spam you may lose your domain name.


From: Astutium Limited - Domain Registrar [registrar -at-]
To: Domain Contacts
Subject : Domain Transfer Request for /domain/

Dear Domain Holder,

Attention: /contact/
Re: Transfer of /domain/

Astutium has received a request from /client/ on /date/ for us to become the new registrar of record.

You have received this message because you are listed as the Registered Name Holder or Administrative contact for this domain name in the WHOIS database.
Please read the following important information about transferring your domain name:
* You must agree to enter into a new Registration Agreement with us.  
  You can review the full terms and conditions of the Agreement at <{UNIQUE ID} >
* Once you have entered into the Agreement, the transfer will take place within five (5) calendar days unless the current registrar of record denies the request.

* Once a transfer takes place, you will not be able to transfer to another registrar for 60 days, apart from a transfer back to the original registrar, in cases where both registrars so agree or where a decision in the dispute resolution process so directs.
If you WISH TO PROCEED with the transfer, you must respond to this message by using the following URL (note if you do not respond by /deadline/, /domain/ will not be transferred to us) <{UNIQUE ID} >

You must visit /url/ in your web browser to approve this transfer.
If you DO NOT WANT the transfer to proceed, then don't respond to this message.

Registrant Access:


Astutium Limited - Domain Registrar

(This e-mail is cryptographically signed to prove authenticity, if you have any doubts about the origin of this e-mail please forward it - as an attachment - to support -at- for verification.)

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