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Per ICANN requirements (at least for gTLDs, you do not say anything about the relevant domain), registrars have to normally send FOAs by email to current contacts to make sure they agree with the transfer (this is on top of having the proper "authcode" and not having the EPP clientTransferProhibited status on the domain). Registrars find the ...


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Domain ownership does not work that way, sorry. You are trying to force a thing to work a way it does not work, based on a wrong concept. What you're really talking about is preventing anyone else from using your domains after you let them lapse. So in effect you would control the domains. In other words you want to have effective ownership of the domain ...


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To further elaborate on the selected answer, the famous dropcatchers typically own hundreds of registrars, to increase the number of connections to the registry (eg: Verisign) and increase the odds of catching names. Those registrars are actually shell companies. See the list of registrars here: List of Accredited Registrars Type Dropcatch in the combo box, ...


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When domains are setup for forwarding, they have the option to Mask their domain to cover up the destination URL. Many companies prevent masking as it is their way of ensuring they are given credit for the website they have created. The blank white page you were expereincing is a result of the destination site's masking prevention measures. Turning off the ...


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