Let's Manage Your Domain Renewal
By default, domains are set to automatically renew every year unless changed or if the credit card on file is declined or expires.
A series of emails are sent to you a few weeks before your domain’s expiration date to notify you. You can remove auto renew or add autonew in your domain management system.
Note: When auto renewal is enabled, your domain will renew as long as your card on file is updated. If you've missed your domain name renewal due to declined or expired credit card, please refer to this link to renew.
In this support article, you will learn step-by-step how to manage your domain renewal.
1. Log in to your account and click on Web Tools located at the top of your dashboard menu.
2. You will be directed to your domain management system. Under Auto Renew, you see the renew status of your domain.
- Remove Auto Renew: No further action is needed if you wish to retain ownership of the domain name. Your domain name will automatically renew on the date mentioned under Expire Date. Click on the Remove Auto Renew link to keep the domain name from automatically renewing.
- Add Auto Renew: No further action is needed if you wish to terminate ownership or cancel your domain name. The domain name will automatically expire on the Expire Date. Click on the Add Auto Renew link to enable the auto renew function. This will allow your domain to renew on the date mentioned.
We appreciate you taking the time to learn how to manage your domain renewal! For questions, contact us at email@example.com.