.nl domain names transfers to UniNames are possible. The transfer itself is free, but is considered as a new registration; therefore a 1-year fee will be charged (or more years on request).
Exactly 1 year after you have transferred your domain name, it will expire. Keep in mind that any remaining registration time at your former agent will be lost.
.nl transfers can be requested by sending a transfer request through our website.
When UniNames receives a new transfer request, the owner will receive a so called “registration contract” which has to be filled out by the owner and send back to UniNames. A second document will also be sent to the current domain name owner. This document gives UniNames the authority to execute your request.
After sending both documents to UniNames, we will check if all documents are filled out correctly. The request will then be processed and the old agent and the admin contact will then receive an e-mail that the request is being processed. Once SIDN (Stichting Internet Domein Registratie) has processed your demand and approved it, the transfer will be executed.
If SIDN refuses to proceed with the transfer UniNames will verify why the transfer has been denied. If interaction from the client is needed, UniNames will contact the client.