Expired Registration Recovery Policy Specification
RAE: Registration at expiration
RGP:Redemption grace period
1. Expiration Reminder Notices:
a. Prior to the expiration of any gTLD registration, we will notify the registered name holder of the expiration three times. One of these notices will be sent approximately one month prior to expiration and one will be sent approximately 10 days prior to expiration. And the other one will be sent approximately 5 days prior to expiration.
b. Within five days after the expiration of the registration, we will transmit one additional expiration notice to the registered name holder that includes instructions for renewing the domain registration.
c. Notifications of expiration may be presented in one or more languages, but at least provided in the language of the registration agreement. These notifications will be delivered by emails in accordance with the email addresses of Account and/or domain name WHOIS information the registered name holders have provided.
2. Post-Expiration Renewal:
a. The domain name registration will be entered into auto renew period after expiration. Auto renew period will be stay for approximately 30days. We will delete registrations approximately 30days after expiration if Ourdomains fail to receive renewal fees or responses from the registered name holder: For at least the last eight consecutive days (after expiration) that the registration is renewable by the RAE, the existing DNS resolution path specified by the RAE will be interrupted by us to the extent that the applicable registry permits such interruptions. For example, the domain name is expired on 1th Oct, we will delete on 30th Oct, the DNS resolution path will be interrupted from 22th to 30th Oct.
b. In interrupting the DNS resolution path of the registration, if we directs web traffic to the domain name to a web page while the registration is still renewable by the RAE, that web page will conspicuously indicate that the domain name registration is expired and provide renewal instructions.
c. Beginning at the time of expiration and through the DNS resolution interruption period, the RAE are permitted by us to renew the expired registration.
d. Upon renewal of the registration by the RAE, Ourdomains will restore the DNS resolution path set by the RAE immediately or as soon as is commercially reasonable. So please manage and renew your own domains in advance if a holiday or non-business days occur.
e. We will permit the RAE to redeem a deleted registration during RGP (if RGP is offered by the respective registry).
3. Notice to Registrants of Fees and Procedures:
a. The renewal fees, post-expiration renewal fees (if different), and redemption/restore fees are available to registered name holders and prospective registered name holders at the time of registration of a gTLDname.
These fees has be clearly displayed on our website at a link http://www.ourdomains.com/Pricing
b. In the event ICANN publishes registrant education materials addressing proper stewardship of domain names and renewal and redemption of gTLD registrations online, we will, after reasonable notice from ICANN, make this material (or similar material adapted by us to its specific practices) available to registered name holders by:
including a link to this material in a communication sent to the registered name holder immediately following completion of the registration transaction all subsequent Whois data accuracy reminder notices, such as the annual notices required by the Whois Data Reminder Policy