Portfolio Consolidation - Automated / bulk transfer options


Which (bulk)transfer options are available?


There are several transfer-methods available when wanting to consolidate the domain-portfolio.
Transfers can be done by:


*Openprovider offers an automated "robot" transfer system, which can save lots of time, money, and effort when consolidating your domain portfolio. Whether you want to transfer a few domains or many thousands into your Openprovider account, our "transfer robots" might be able to help you. The system supports many of the top registrars, and hundreds of the gTLDs, new gTLDs and ccTLDs. You can find the supported registrars in the RCP.
Contact support@openprovider.com for more information about this transfer option.

** Asking Openprovider to assist

In case all options above are not suitable for the domain-portfolio transfers, Openprovider support department may be able to help out. There are 2 alternative options for the transfers:

CSV based transfer

In the CSV template (see link below in this article) the reseller can collect all required data, like domains, nameservers, handle details, transfer-codes and even a desired transfer date (optional)
After all data is added in the sheet, the reseller can sent this to  support@openprovider.com (please include your resellerID in the email) and our team will process it further. This service is free of charge.

Manual transfers (case by case)
In case the reseller wishes that the Openprovider fulfillment transfer team "takes over" and proactively migrates all domains manually, the account credentials of the current provider needs to be shared and an agreement will be made with our sales team about the processing.
This option can be used to transfer those complex exotic tld's left in your account after the other transfer options are used.
As this is a manual and time consuming process, an administrative fee of € 80 p/h will be charged to the reseller's account. Please contact sales@openprovider.com for further details.







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