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More then 2 months after transfer, domain not working

So 2 months passed and my transferred domain is still not accessible. Apparently, GoDaddy doesn't have a clue what they are doing. The nonsense about that they can reach it because their DNS server has the correct info but if you validate on the remaining world you see that its partial propagated to other DNS servers making the domain name useless and hijacked by GoDaddy because I still need to wait for months before I can move it back to a trustworthy domain register.

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Super User II

@m1c 

 

Can you provide your domain name so we can take a peek?  There are some pretty knowledgeable users here that may be able to investigate further. 

 

The thing is if you have the correct DNS in place, that may not be a GoDaddy's issue -- it could be something up/down stream out of their control to control.

 

There is a rule in place, that isn't necessarily a GoDaddy rule either.   Most domain registrars will lock domains for 60 days if you change the Registrant info (owner name and info) called domain name hijacking and/or if you transfer to a different registrar.

 

And there are notices before those changes are made noting that lock could happen.  This lock is to prevent you losing domains without your knowledge.

 

You also have the option to have the lock reviewed.  Email a description of your situation to REVIEW60@SECURESERVER.NET to request that the lock be removed. They will review and ask for your approval to revert the information.

 

HTH!

 

Judith
"Be a voice. Not an echo." ~ Anon

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Super User II

@m1c 

 

Can you provide your domain name so we can take a peek?  There are some pretty knowledgeable users here that may be able to investigate further. 

 

The thing is if you have the correct DNS in place, that may not be a GoDaddy's issue -- it could be something up/down stream out of their control to control.

 

There is a rule in place, that isn't necessarily a GoDaddy rule either.   Most domain registrars will lock domains for 60 days if you change the Registrant info (owner name and info) called domain name hijacking and/or if you transfer to a different registrar.

 

And there are notices before those changes are made noting that lock could happen.  This lock is to prevent you losing domains without your knowledge.

 

You also have the option to have the lock reviewed.  Email a description of your situation to REVIEW60@SECURESERVER.NET to request that the lock be removed. They will review and ask for your approval to revert the information.

 

HTH!

 

Judith
"Be a voice. Not an echo." ~ Anon

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