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I have several .eu domains.

Our business is in the US but we also have a presence in the UK and have a legitimate LTD.

We recently had an inquiry regarding one of our .eu domains.

If we wanted to sell one of our .eu's and push it through GD and allow the buyer to just change the email addy, would that be sufficient for the .eu registar?.

Thanks for your comments...

Comments (8)

You can't push .eu domains as you can do with .com domains with GD. You need to contact the change department at change(at) to make this happen.

When things have been set in motion you should receive an confirmation email from Eurid for the ownership transfer..

In that case I don't think you can leave your own personal details.

If the buyer is from outside the European union and does not hold a business in Europe he/she could use Hostway as a proxy. Inquire through for more information about this option...

Comment #1

I would watch out as they appear to use the same system as a .be:..

Comment #2

That could be a problem as EURid may be forced to crack down on proxy and fraudulent registrations. It would be far safer to use a UK registered front company (as the bogus registrars have done).


Comment #3

It's more a local presence service (Domocile) and not a privacy shielding service like Domains by Proxy. I don't think Hostway will offer services that is against Eurid's regulations.

What the ins and outs are of this service I don't know but I am sure they will be happy to explain...

Comment #4

Has anyone ever successfully 'pushed', NOT transferred, but pushed a .EU name through GD? I tried, hard, and ended up losing the sale over it. GD would not let me do it, and they were actually down right rude about it. So much so that I have been in the process of transferring all of my domains out ever since.....

Comment #5

As Damion said you cannot push a .eu and the same holds true for many works in the same fashion as .be (run by more or less the same people)..

Technically registrars could allow internal domain push from one account to another (as with Eurodns for .be for example) but this will not change the legal owner.

You have to do the TRADE procedure via registry.

You need to get acquainted with the rules:

Comment #6

Thanks. I will say that I did push .eu names with Moniker, but perhaps it is as you said, that it didn't "legally" change. I never did follow up so I don't know.....

Comment #7

You can check the legal owner of .eu domains here:

Comment #8

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.


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