What does REGISTRAR-LOCK mean?

What does REGISTRAR-LOCK mean?

Generic TLD's such as .COM and .net can be set in REGISTRAR-LOCK mode.

This means the domain name gets locked by your current registrar and therefore can't be moved.

If we notice during the transfer of your domain name to our servers that your domain name is locked, we will let you know. You then have to contact your current registrar and let him remove this lock for free.

 We use REGISTRAR-LOCK to register generic TLD's. This offers a certain form of protection, against any unwanted transfers of your domain name. If you want to move your domain name to another registrar, let us know and we will remove the REGISTRAR-LOCK for free.