My domain has expired with my current registrar. Can I still transfer it?

If your domain has expired, then it is likely that your current Registrar will deny your transfer request. You will need to renew the domain with them as soon as possible, or you may risk losing your domain.

Please note that once it is renewed you will be able to transfer it to us without losing the time you have paid them. Please be sure to wait about a week or so between your renewal and your registrar transfer request

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