The legal owner
of a domain name is the individual or company that is displayed in the ownership details of a WHOIS Lookup
, as per the below example:
All domain names hosted with Daily.co.uk will be contained in an online Customer Control Panel (The MyDaily Control Panel) where customers can manage their domain names (update contacts, purchase add-ons, transfer the domain name to another company, change DNS settings etc.)
In certain circumstances, a domain name legally owned by a particular individual or company may be under the management of a Daily.co.uk customer (usually a website designer or a Reseller) in their own MyDaily Control Panel.
If you are the legal owner of a UK domain name
(.co.uk. .org.uk, .me.uk) and you want the IPS Tag changed from Daily.co.uk
as you do not wish to use Daily.co.uk, you should first approach the person or company you used to manage your name.
If for any reason there is a dispute or you can no longer contact them, then Daily.co.uk can manually change the IPS Tag of your domain name for you.
You will need to complete the following steps:
Print off and complete the the following form: Change of Domain Name Account Ownership Form
Send this form back to us (either as fax to 0845 4660102 or scanned attachment to email@example.com), along with a recent amenities bill or bank/card statement
Providing all the details match and the form has been completed, we will then transfer the domain name to your own User Account and update you via email when complete.
- To verify ownership, the name and address on your amenities bill/statement must exactly match the domain name details on the WHOIS database.
- If you want to keep your domain name with Daily but move it into your own account
, please follow this guide instead: Domain Ownership: Account Transfers
Last Updated: 24/01/2012
Article ID: 932