Registrant Rights and Responsibilities:

For ICANN Registrant Rights and Responsibilities principles, please click here.

Domain Disputes:

Easily adheres to the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Policy ("UDRP") which is applicable to all gTLDs and some ccTLDs. The current version of the UDRP is found here.

For all registrations Easily adheres to the Nominet Dispute Resolution Service (DRS), please click here for the latest policy.

In addition, Easily adheres to all other dispute resolution policies where the registry operator for the applicable domain name has chosen to administer a different dispute resolution policy.

Easily adheres to the Uniform Rapid Suspension (“URS”) which is applicable to all gTLDs. The current version of the URS is found here.

Registrant Benefits and Responsibilities:

For Registrant Benefits and Responsibilities, please click here.

ICANN Registrant Verification Information

As part of ICANN’s new gTLD project, registrars were required to sign the new 2013 Registrar Accreditation Agreement (“RAA”) as a condition of offering new gTLDs to registrants. One of the new provisions of the RAA is a requirement for registrars to verify registrant contact details within a specified timeframe or, failing verification, to suspend the domain in question.

Easily customers will be asked to verify their email address within 15 days of the following transactions: (1) new registrations (2) transfers in and (3) contact changes. A failure to verify within the 15 days will require Easily to suspend the domain.

In practical terms, what this means for Easily customers is:

1. For new domain registrations, orders will be processed as currently but domains will be placed on a holding page until the registrant email address has been verified. Once verified, the domain name will be released to the customer.

2. For transfersin of domain names, unless the registrant email address has been verified, the transfer in order will be cancelled. Easily will not be able to manage the domain name in the applicable client account and any previous registrar will continue to manage the domain.

3. For registrant contact change requests, Easily will process the order as currently and should the new email address not be verified, the registrant verification process will be initiated.

As stated, a failure to verify the email address requires Easily to implement domain suspension. We acknowledge that the email verification process can be disruptive but it is a mandatory requirement from ICANN and any registrar offering gTLDs has to implement the same process.

Throughout this process, you will not be asked to provide any password details or disclose confidential information. Additionally, once an email address has been verified, no further verification of the same email address is required.

Please note that this only applies to gTLDs and any ccTLDs held by our customers remain unaffected.