Why domain registrar asking redemption grace period Fee?


  • Cyberian's Gold

    We registered a domain, after 60 days domain registrar asking for redemption grace period Fee?

    This domain is currently in the so-called Redemption Grace Period. The redemption period is a domain registry period that a domain name enters into usually 30 days after its official expiration date. During the 30-45-day redemption period, the original domain registrant is allowed to retrieve the domain name at an additional fee as defined by the domain registry.

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  • Cyberian's

    @moaaz said in Why domain registrar asking redemption grace period Fee?:

    @cyberian
    How many days they will be keep in Redemption Period? and they will be charge extra fee to renew it.

    All domains, after expiring, enter a 30-day Redemption Grace Period, where you can reacquire your expired domain name. Domain registrars may charge a redemption fee for the service, however GoDaddo charges $90 while Hover charges $175). When they charge a redemption fee also varies based on the registrar.


  • Cyberian's Gold

    @cyberian
    How many days they will be keep in Redemption Period? and they will be charge extra fee to renew it.


  • Cyberian's

    Domain names that are in the 30-day Redemption Grace Period can be redeemed (or renewed) before the end of the Grace Period. If you tried to redeem (or renew) your domain name that is in Redemption Grace Period, but were unable to do so, the registrar may be in breach of the Expired Registration Recovery Policy.

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