1. In order to succesfully transfer your domain name, you should have the correct Authorization Code available. Without this or the wrong auth. code, the transfer request will be canceled. To retrieve it, you must contact the initial registrar.
2. Domain names with .com, .net, .info, .org endorsements must have been affirmed by the previous registrar at least 60 days before the date of submission of the transfer request. Otherwise, you can not submit a transfer request.
3. Domain names with .com, .net, .info, .org, must have been renewed by the previous registrar at least 60 days prior to the date of submission of the transfer request. If you submit the application before the complitation of the 60 days, the domains will not be renewed for one additional year as defined in the current transport policy.
4. Domain names with .com, .net, .info, .org, should not be in " Registrar-Lock " status. To unlock, you should contact the initial registrar. This is not supported for .gr and .eu endings.
5. Manage mail is valid. When submitting the application, a mail containing with the verification link is sent to that account, which is necessary to visit in order to complete the transfer. Therefore, if you do not have access to the management mail or it is invalid, the transfer request is will be canceled.
6. Domain name should not be expired or be close to its expiration date at the time you submit the transfer request. Make sure that the Domain has an expiration date longer than the date it is expected to have completed its transfer to Top.Host.
Attention: During the transfer process the domain is locked and nameservers can not be changed. This limitation does not apply to .gr endings.