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Q. When I transfer my domain to you, will the expiration date be from the date I transfer or from the original date of expiration at the other registrar?

A. You will not loose any time already bought for your domain name at the other registrar. Registration time will be added to the existing expiration date. For example if you transfer a domain on July 20, 2003 and that domain has an expiration date of January 1, 2008 at the other registrar. Once the transfer to us completes, that domains expiration date will become January 1, 2009 - thus adding an extra year onto the original expiry date for that domain.
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