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I purchased a .in domain from ENOM and I notice the following words when I look up my WHOIS..

Status: clientTransferProhibited.


Am I going to have a problem when I sell my domain?.



Comments (10)


OK so does that mean I cannot sell it then?.

Does it mean that I must remain the owner until it expires?.

Do I have a problem if I try to sell?..

Comment #1

Pushing it to another enom user will not be a problem if you unlock it.

What domain are we talking about so I can better specify a solution?.

Just pm to me.

Or use this tool:

Better shows the status of domain.

Better contact enom support to rectify the problem, they are the only ones who can removed that status for you: quoting from:

Comment #2

Ok but will it be a problem if the buyer is not with ENOM???.

Does it mean I can only sell to someone who is with ENOM?..

Comment #3

It usually happens when a domain is (1) nearing an expiry date (2) the payment has not yet been paid for and you're dealing with only a domain reseller of enom not enom itself. (3) other tlds such as : .org, .biz, .info, .name..

Comment #4

Thanx for your help so far. The domain in question is RAJAH.IN and yes I registered with ENOM themselves and that was 3 days ago. I paid by credit card and the sale has gone through.

Ps. How does one get rid of this annoying sliding bar that goes right through the text of the posting in the upper left hand corner here?..

Comment #5

I,m using the latest FIREFOX browser on my G5 intel MAC.

So regarding my domain.. I take it then that I can sell only to someone who is also with ENOM. If someone from somewhere else wants to buy I cannot sell?..

Comment #6

I can't tell much on that .in extensions I don't have experience with them yet. but as for the other .tld ext I can say yes.

It's on sedo? they will handle the sales for you, since it's a new domain, just give it a couple of more days for that status to be removed and changed to active after that if it doesn't change contact enom support regarding that status, only they can change that status for you.

For the meantime it's locked to the registrar.

I can't login to it's currently down:..

Comment #7

OK thanx So in other words the name can be sold and I only have to remove the status when I sell. So I should leave it locked until then.



Comment #8

Yes in the meantime for security purposes. better contact enom about it as well..

Comment #9

I use enom and what that message means is that your domain name is locled and if a transfer was put in it will not be transferred. you will have to log in to your account and uncheck the box that says lock domain. and then it can be transferred. to anyone...

Comment #10

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


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