Garanntor.ng has rescued me from the “technical issues” domainking nigeria claims to be facing since last month. My .ng domain name was successfully moved yesterday from my domainking.ng account to my account at garanntor.ng without having to provide epp code to the guys at garanntor. Now, I can renew the .ng domain, change nameservers etc at garanntor.ng
If you have a .ng domain trapped in your domainking.ng account, you can contact garanntor.ng to help you move it out and transfer it to your account at garanntor.ng.
To get started, you will have to sign up for an account at garanntor.ng here.
Thereafter, you will have to send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and include the following :
- The email address you use to sign in to garanntor.ng
- The .ng domains (including .com.ng, .gov.ng etc) you want to transfer from domainking.ng
- Government issued ID card for identification. Must match the contact details of the domain names.
- An invoice (pdf) you received from domainking.ng after you paid for the domain name.
You must use the email address you use to sign in to domainking.ng to send the mail to email@example.com.
All these are required to prevent domain hijacking.
If you do as stated above and you pass the verification process, you will receive an invoice from garanntor.ng.
Once you click on the link in the invoice and make the payment, garanntor will complete the transfer for you and you will receive an email similar to the one in the screenshot below:
NB : If your .ng domain names are not legit, it’s better you forget them. Garanntor don’t provide services for criminals.
Next week, I will share with you, how I moved my .com domain names out of my domainking.ng account.