A domain registration establishes your ownership of your website’s name and can be obtained from any organization. The website can then be hosted by the same firm or by pointing its DNS records to a separate company.
While you are not need to register with the same business that hosts your website, doing so makes it easier to manage your site because you can control all of the details from one place. The following articles will walk you through the process of transferring your registration to or from GreggHost:
How can I move my domain registration from another provider to GreggHost?
How do I get rid of my GreggHost domain registration?
You can transfer funds between two GreggHost accounts as well:
Changing GreggHost accounts and transferring a domain registration
Failures in the transfer
It’s possible that transferring a registration won’t go through. This can happen for a variety of reasons, and the following article outlines a number of them as well as how to deal with them:
My domain registration did not transfer to GreggHost for some reason.
ICANN’s policy on transfer
If you modify any of your domain’s WHOIS information, it is locked for 60 days and cannot be transferred, according to ICANN rules. In the GreggHost panel, however, you can disable the limit. For further information, go to the following link:
The ICANN Policy on Transfer