Where Is RegisterFly’s EPP Code?

I was trying to move some domains out of RegisterFly. One of them was going to expire soon so I knew it would be too late to try to move out of RegisterFly. The other domain I had a long way to go before expiry. I have tried to ask RegisterFly‘s support on how to find my domains’ EPP codes but they are not responding. I searched on Google.com for help and realised a lot of people are having the same problem right now.

I read a post in a forum that mentions you can enter a random number into NameCheap.com’s EPP code verification box and get your RegisterFly domains transferred without any problems. I tried that for 2 of my domains and I am still waiting for the whole thing to process. I am not sure if it is going to work. It seems like RegisterFly is having problems with their EPP code system.

Therefore, if you have domains that are going to expire at RegisterFly, it would be better if you extend your domain with them for another year and move out once that extension is confirmed. My domain transfers have been dragging on for almost 2 weeks and they are not resolved.

Do yourself a favour next time, don’t do business with RegisterFly.

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7 Comments On “Where Is RegisterFly’s EPP Code?”

On 25th November 2006 2:20 AM, Ady said:

Vincent

Try this:

1. Click MANAGE DOMAINS
2. Click on the domain
3. Expand DOMAIN CONTACT INFORMATION
4. Scroll down. Hopefully you’ll see the auth code.

So I see the registrar you are transferring to. Forget my earlier comment then (on some older posts)

On 25th November 2006 2:21 AM, Ady said:

Whoops.. After step 3 you need to click CONFIGURE button, then scroll down.

Hope this helps.

On 25th November 2006 3:13 PM, Vincent said:

It isn’t there. It used to be there in the old system. I even turned off ProtectFly and I still do not see my EPP code. This is really frustrating.

On 1st December 2006 3:45 AM, Kris said:

They are scum. They use every tactic in the world to con people. I’ve heard of reports saying they charge people for HostingFly.com even if they havent asked for hosting.

I have one domain with them and I’ve spent the last 10 minutes looking for an EPP code.

Stay away at all costs

On 1st December 2006 7:28 AM, Empress said:

Hi Vincent,

I have used registerfly on and off for about 3 years – and I’d have to say that their support has gotten worse since I’ve been using them. I had originally signed up because they had PayPal as an option. Then they switched things up and removed it, and now low and behold it’s back.

I’m switching out my domains from there as quickly as I can over to Namecheap. But man what a hassle it’s been. I think they do everything in their power lately to make it so hard to transfer domains out.

Good luck with the transfers.

On 21st December 2006 4:49 PM, PPC Keyword Tool said:

I’ve only ever heard bad things about Registerfly unfortunately.

You’ll see numerous similar angry forum threads if you search webhostingtalk for “registerfly”. Perhaps theres some info in that lot which can help you?

http://www.webhostingtalk.com/search.php

I’ve also just found this! Bad news I’m afraid.
http://registerflies.com/

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