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    Question Can you transfer a .com or .net after just registering them?

    I registered some great domain names last week that I plan to auction off this coming Thursday.

    Can I transfer the domain names, under .com and .net, or do I have to wait a month or two? I registered them through Godaddy.

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    60 days normally
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    You can push them to another account at GoDaddy though. I've done it before.

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    That's good to know kjmz, thanks for the info!

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    GoDaddy imposes restrictions on outbound registrar transfers when a registrant change has occured in the past 60 days.

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    You can normally transfer the ownership immediately.
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    I am not referring to ownership; to move the domain to another registrar *from* GoDaddy, you must not have changed the registrant record for the past 60 days. That's unrelated to the 60 day window after the initial domain registration.

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