Like many domain extensions, .co was originally established in 1985 as a country code top-level domain (ccTLD). .Co is primarily used by local departments of Columbia, as well as the Columbian government. Unlike most ccTLD’s, .co can be obtained without any restrictions, making them rather unique.
One major reason to go with a .co domain extension, it almost always ensures you get the domain name you want, whereas choosing (for example) .com, your preferred domain may already be in use. However, one down side to .co is the price. Many of the other domain extension options are much cheaper, and have potential to hold the same value. The bottom line for a .co extension is how much you’re willing to spend.
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Once the order is submitted to us and the EPP code is validated an email will be dispatched to the administrative WHOIS contact with a link that must be clicked in order to continue with the transfer. After this link is clicked the old registrar has five (5) days to release the domain to us.
While many registrars will either approve the request automatically or email you an additional link to get them to approve the transfer immediately, some do not and you may have to wait the full five days for the transfer to complete.
On your My KnownHost panel page you'll be presented with a form to update the Registrant, Administrative, Technical, and Billing WHOIS contact info. If you have domain privacy enabled on your domain this information will not be public.
Per ICANN policy a domain cannot be transferred within 60 days of its registration or last transfer. This applies to domain registrations being transferred to us as well as away from us.