This policy affects any updates to the registrant name, organisation or email on any domains governed by ICANN. The idea is to prevent complaints with […]
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The Australian Domain Administrator (auDA) is a legal Australian body responsible for the administration of .au domain names. It is the policy authority and self-regulatory […]
When transferring a domain name between registrars, you may be required to provide a domain name password (sometimes called EPP code or AuthInfo). Depending on which registrar […]
If your domain name has been stolen, hijacked or transferred but remains with Synergy Wholesale you should contact us through your Synergy Wholesale System account […]
As Synergy Wholesale is a business purely servicing wholesale clients, we have no direct retail systems. We have a responsibility to the domain name owners […]
The criteria for registering a .AU domain name varies depending on the extension. To view the full criteria please see auDA’s documentation online at http://www.auda.org.au/policies/current-policies/2012-04/
In the event you or a client needs to update the Registrant of an AU domain name, that is the ABN/ACN/or other eligibility type, then […]