For the administrative and technical contacts for a domain, you can change all contact information without having to authorize the changes.For more information, see Updating Contact Information for a Domain.Note: These instructions apply to g TLDs and some cc TLDs. CLUB, etc., there are additional requirements to update owner details like first/last name, company, or email address.If you try to update your contact information and can't, or there are fields that are greyed out, we will have to update the information for you. Please see this article for more information on how to complete a g TLD domain owner update: https://help.iwantmyname.com/customer/portal/articles/2658080 If you need help, e.g.Note You can use this procedure only if the domain is already registered with Amazon Route 53.If you're transferring a domain to Amazon Route 53 and you can't access email at the email address for the registrant contact, you must work with the current registrar to update the email address.If you receive an authorization email at the new email address, your TLD requires us to get authorization from both email addresses.If you no longer have access to the old email address, perform the following procedure.
If a company, then the full, legally incorporated name). Under the CONTACT INFORMATION section, click on ON THIS PAGE 2.While logged in to your account, please send us an email and include all the information to be updated (e.g. name, company, address, etc.) These changes may not appear in a WHOIS search immediately, as it takes time for them to propagate from our system to the registry and to third-party WHOIS services. Also note that since December 2016, ICANN has changed their policy for owner change requirements for g TLDs. Your registrar is responsible for publishing the relevant domain information in a WHOIS database.A WHOIS database is an online directory where the general public can look up domain names using the WHOIS search tool.