My domain has expired, what now?

Should your domain name expire it will enter a three stage system known as Redemption Grace Period (RGP). During this time, you may be able to renew the domain before it is deleted and re-enters the market. RGP Stage 1: Upon your domain name initially expiring, you will be present with a 29 days of […]

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How Do I Renew My Domain Name?

All hosting services offered by GreenGeeks are set to automatically renew on their anniversary date unless a cancellation request has been placed. Customers will receive email notification 15 days prior to the domain’s expiry and again seven days prior to expiry. Can I renew my domain early? At this time, GreenGeeks does not provide early […]

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Registrants’ Benefits and Responsibilities

Domain Name Registrants’ Rights: Your domain name registration and any privacy/proxy services you may use in conjunction with it must be subject to a Registration Agreement with an ICANN Accredited Registrar. You are entitled to review this Registration Agreement at any time, and download a copy for your records. You are entitled to accurate and […]

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Does ID Protect help reduce spam?

Yes, domain name Whois is a principal source of email addresses for spammers. If your domain name has ID Protect, we change the Whois email address several times a year. Spammers harvest and use one Whois email address, but once we change it that source of spam is cut off.

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Why is my personal information available when I purchase a domain name?

International rules require that valid contact information be provided for all domain names, and that it be accessible worldwide. ID Protect provides valid contact information that satisfies the international requirements without exposing your personal contact information to worldwide scrutiny. GreenGeeks offers ID Protect (Whois Privacy Protection) as an additional service, to learn more click here.

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ID Protect – Whois Privacy Protection

What is ID Protect? ID Protect is a service that hides your private information from being displayed publicly in a global database that is frequently used by spammers and data miners to bombard unprotected people with unsolicited advertisements and scams. ID Protect can be used on any domain registration from one of the following TLDs: COM, […]

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