What does REDEMPTIONPERIOD or PENDING DELETE RESTORABLE mean?
Posted on 09/11/2009 12:00 am
We have no
public contact information associated with this domain, since it was
deleted. However, you can see its current status using a Registry-level
WHOIS. (For .COM/.NET domains use: http://www.crsnic.net , for .ORG domains use http://www.pir.org, for .INFO domains use http://www.afilias.info/whois_search/)
Attempts would have been made to contact the Email addresses on the domain's registration record about the domain's expiration before it was actually expired. Having current, valid contact information is a requirement for all who register a domain name, as highlighted in the agreements when the domain was first registered. Renewal reminders and other important information are sent to these contacts, and having an invalid email address or aggressive SPAM filters in place will prevent delivery of these messages.
The Registry-imposed REDEMPTIONPERIOD/PENDING DELETE RESTORABLE lasts for 30 days, and it is still possible to recover a domain in this state. The domain can only be redeemed by the original owner of the domain listed on the WHOIS prior to the deletion.
Redeeming a domain is more time consuming and complicated than if the domain was "renewed" normally during the first 40 days of expiration. You should contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to begin this process.
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