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How To Restore My Domain Name from Redemption

Generic Top-Level Domains (gTLDs) are top-level domains (TLDs) that are common or unexceptional yet sought-after by individuals or companies who use them. Some of the most common examples of gTLDs are .com, .edu, .gov, .net, and .org.

However, these gTLD domain names must be renewed before their expiration date. If all auto-renewal attempts fail and you do not manually renew your domain name, it will transition to the Redemption Period.

During the Redemption Period, the system will reject any domain renewal applications. You will then receive a notification with the redemption form attached. You can download and fill out the form, then send it back to us. By then, we will process your domain name's redemption and renewal.

IMPORTANT: Redemption is costly, so you must renew the domain before expiry. You can turn on the auto-renewal option to avoid losing your domain name.

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