I have domains at GoDaddy that expire on November 3. I'd like to transfer them over to WebHostingHub but I"m getting the error "Domain already expired." What c

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Gabe_Fox / 5 Points
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2012-10-19 12:50 pm EST
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I'd rather not have to pay for another year at GoDaddy, but there doesn't seem to be a shorter renewal than 1 year. Should I, perhaps, just let them all expire and try to pick them up here?

Thank you.

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arnelc
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2012-10-19 1:18 pm EST
Hello Gabe_Fox,

Unfortunately, you will need to double-check with GoDaddy first be really do not have control over the domain, especially if it's showing as expired. Once you have double-checked it with the current domain registrar and it's up-to-date (expired domains can't be transferred), then try to transfer it again through the Account Management Panel (AMP)- transfer domain option. If it continues to give you a problem, then please email or call live (support support@webhostinghub.com) and indicate that you're having problems with the domain, then they can check on our systems here.

If you have any further questions, please contact technical support or leave a comment at the bottom of the page.

Regards,

Arnel C.

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