WHAT DOES THE STATE REDEMPTION PERIOD MEAN? WHAT IS PENDING SUPPRESSED?

"Redemption Period" or ("RGP") is a period of 30 days after a registrar has deleted an expired domain as .com, .net, or .com domains.

"Pending Delete", as applied to the .com and .net domains, refers to the period of 5 days after the redemption, during which VeriSign has the domain and can not be retrieved.

"Pending Delete - Restorable," as it applies to .org domains, is within 30 days after the registrar (PIR) has removed an expired .org domain. The status will change to only Pending Delete when in the last 5 days prior to actual deletion.

To check the status of a domain, go to the registration website:

Www.verisign-grs.com (VeriSign Global Registry) for .com and .net

Www.pir.org (Public Interest Registry) for .org domains

Www.neulevel.biz for .biz domains

Enter the domain in the WHOIS box ... it will indicate the state of the domain (ie, Redemption Period). The "current date" is usually when the 30 day rescue period or pending elimination period begins.


In general

* After a domain expires, most registrars have a grace period during which they can reactivate their domain. The grace period varies depending on the tld.
* After the grace period, the domain can be removed from the registrar database.
* Once deleted, the domain is kept for 30 days by the Registry. Once the domain has been removed, it is available so that anyone can buy it just like a new name.

Our Record Grace Period Procedures

* When a domain expires through us, it will remain available for reactivation at its regular domain rate.
* We currently offer an unsecured grace period of 29 days for renewal. There is no guaranteed grace period. Once expired, we may dispose of it at any time in accordance with the registration agreement.
* Once deleted, the domain will no longer be available for administration in your account.
* You may consider adding several years to your domain to avoid unintentional expiration. Contact us if you are interested.

Process of the redemption period of our registry

* Once removed from our registrar database, it falls into the 30-day waiting state called the Redemption Period in VeriSign and Pending Elimination on PIR.org.
* If you want to recover the domain during the redemption, there is a fee for you plus the cost of the renewal for all TLDs.
* Only the previous registrant has the right to request the domain again. All others must wait until the registry removes the domain.

If you want to recover a domain in Redemption:

* Open a support ticket through your customer area and let us know.
* There are no refunds on refunds.
* There are two stages of Redemption. After your domains expire, Extended Repayment Grace Period (ERGP) or Repayment Grace Period (RGP). The fee to restore a domain in this state is $ 350 plus the normal domain registration fee. Prices may change at any time.

 

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