domain transfer

Category: Domain Names

bigcomposer
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2013-04-24 10:24 pm EST

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I received an email from the losing registrar that my "domain names transfer request has been approved" for my domain. The transfer status in AMP still lists it as "Awaiting Registrar."

I transferred quite few domains recently away from the losing registrar without a hitch. In fact, in the past when I have received this form email from the losing registrar, the domain was already waiting for me in AMP. Is my domain at any risk during the transfer of being lost? Is this normal? The domain in question is emmfestival.org.

Thanks in advance for your help-

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Arn
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2013-04-24 11:26 pm EST
Hello Bigcomposer,

Thanks for your patience! The transfer of a domain may take anywhere from 7-10 days. The reason that the domain shows as "Awaiting Registrar" is because we are waiting on the domain registrar (for whom we are resellers) to complete the transfer. For further information go to Transfer domain to InMotion Hosting. Please allow for the typical transfer period to expire and let us know immediately if you continue to have any problems with the transfer.

If you have any further questions, please contact technical support available 24 hours a day / 7 days a week.

Regards,

Arnel C.
Community Support

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