For some TLDs it is possible to restore the domain from quarantine, even though it is not registered at Openprovider.
|Currently supported TLDs|
For each of these TLDs the procedure is similar.
You, as the requester, will have to prove that you represent (or are) the registrant. This can generally be proven by showing identification of the administrative contact and including a copy of your business registration documents.
Due to the manual processing and the increased costs we are invoiced by the registries, it will not be cheap to restore a domain from quarantine. In almost all cases it is cheaper to restore the domain at the current registrar, pay for a year's renewal and transfer the domain to Openprovider.
This procedure is aimed at situations where the relationship between the registrant and the registrar is disturbed in such a way that regular procedures can no longer help.
For more information on specific pricing and expected recovery time, please contact our support department at email@example.com
If you would like to request a restore from quarantine, please include the following information in your request:
1. Your Openprovider ResellerID
2. Handles for the domain (owner, admin, tech etc ...)
4. Confirm that you approve the restore and renewal fee of the domain
5. In case of a .be --> a valid authorization code of the domain is needed to be able to restore the domain. (can be requested at the .be Registry)