Updating domain registrant information
Read the ICANN transfer policy updates article linked above for more information. Remember that any information you change for your domain must remain accurate.
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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.
Any changes made in your registration details will show in the information that displays on a WHOIS lookup on your domain. If you are intending to transfer the domain at any point in the next few months, changes made in the first name, last name, organization name, or administrative email address are considered a change of ownership and may place a 60-day transfer lock on the domain.These changes can be made via the Domains tab of your Dashboard. Note: due to ICANN policy, making changes to your registrant contact information (email, phone number, first/last name) will result in a 60 day registrar lock during which you will be unable to transfer your domain name.You can also change the info for an Admin Contact and a Technical Contact, by clicking on Change next to either listed below your main Registrant info.The International WHOIS Database is a searchable index that displays the contact information for the owners of every domain.Updating the Contact Information for your domain alters the info shown in this WHOIS Database.