The domain verification process is as simple as receiving an email in your inbox and clicking a link that verifies your contact information.
In this guide, you will learn:
When is it necessary to verify domain owner contact details?
You mostly need to verify contact information when:
Registering a new domain name.
Updating the registrant contact information for a domain you already own.
At Zyro, the verification email is automatically sent to the email address that you specified during domain registration or when updating your contact details.
What to do if I can't find the email?
Make sure that you've inserted the correct email address when submitting domain owner contact details.
Make sure that you're checking the correct email account.
Check spam and junk folders.
If you still can't find the email, contact us, and we'll resend it to you 📩
What to do once I find the email?
Simply click the link within the email, and your contact details will be verified! It usually takes up to a couple of minutes 🕐
Is there any deadline to verify my domain?
The domain owner's contact details need to be verified within 15 days after the domain has been registered or the domain owner's contact details have been changed. Otherwise, a domain will get temporarily suspended. If your domain's got suspended, don't worry, and verify your domain anyway. It will get back on track within 24 hours 🚀
Do all domains require verification within 15 days?
Not all TLDs require verification by email in 15 days after the registration. Those are usually ccTLDs, for which verification is done differently: either it's done selectively based on domain name or the domain registration is not completed until the registrar checks the contact details.
Contact detail verification is required for the following popular TLDs: .COM, .XYZ, .NET, .ORG, .INFO, .BIZ, .ASIA, .NAME, .MOBI.
How to know if the domain is not working because of unverified contact details?
To check if the domain is not working due to unverified contact details, follow these steps:
Open the public domain database Whois.
Insert your domain and click Search.
Check the Name Servers field: if you see such keywords as verification, hold, suspended – your domain is suspended due to unverified contact details. Verify them, and your domain will start working within 24 hours!