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Deregistring A Domain Name. Is It Possible?

I want to remove a domain name from the net. Is this possible?

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You can do either of the following:

1. Sell it at any domain name auction site such as sedo.com

2. Let it expire on its own in due time

3. Park it

4. Upload a simple page for the site stating something like 'Site Not Available' if you have it hosted.

One of these options should handle your case

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Try this site http://www.xnynz.com/ to remove the domain and also get the web hosting,domain name register, domain appraisal, online file folder, ssl certificate etc,

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Ya depends on the Panel !

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If the domain is registered with our sister company http://wwwSemuadomain.com for example, you lose about 50% of the money. If you delete it, the first 3 days of the registration. You can do that from the panel.

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Well i know you can delete domains you register that same day or the next day,

1. Domainpeople.com

2. register.com

3. yahoo.com

4. Planetdomain

5. Aplus.net( I'm not sure about this Company, but they do such things like that which i know of before

6. namecheap

7. hostway

This are list of Domain registra that does that !

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guy abeg what would it take to do it i am open to all ideas.

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Hi Kazey,

Could you please provide more information on how you can delete a registered domain name.

I will like to know this. I am sure the issue of losing the money spent on registering the domain name is a sure banker as no registrant will refund you any money spent on domain name registration.

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Thanks guys i guess i will just av to allow iot lie till it expires. props to u my2cents.

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You can delete a domain within the first 3 days of its registration, or refuse to renew it when it expires.

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You cannot deregister a domain name. Domain names are usually renewable every 12 months.

After the expiration, it goes into what they call redemption period where only the owner can recover it at an additional fee, if after the redemption period the domain name isn't renewed, it is released to the public and anyone can then pick it up.

If you don't want a registered domain name to be useful, simply point it to a non existent page and all call to the domain name presents a blank page or page not found page.

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