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  1. #1
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    Question Do I have to wait for 60 days?

    Hello,

    I just registered several domains from directi.com and enom.com a while ago. I want to know if I need to wait for 60 days to push the domains to another user?

    Thanks in advance
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    The 60 day time limit is to transfer Registrars.

    You can transfer domains within the same registrar.

    For example, with eNom, if you have a reseller account, you can open the person a free retail account and push the domain over to that account. That way, they can manage it and be responsible for renewing it when the time comes.

    There are lots of free $8.95 eNom reseller accounts available around WHT. It's been forever since I've used Directi, but I'm sure they probably have something similar.
    You may delay, but time will not. --- Benjamin Franklin

  3. #3
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    Thanks for your help
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  4. #4
    This information is helpful.

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    godaddy hold the name for 60 days for internal transfers , how sick! hehe
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  6. #6
    You might want to check with the relevant registrars. I don't think the 60-day waiting period, although widely adopted, applies to all registrars.

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