i want to remove or restore parked domain
I created domain Barag.solar and removed to use other platform. But parked domain is still exist. How can i remove ? I want to use this domain by all means.
The blog I need help with is barag222.wordpress.com.
I have tagged modlook to this thread so, someone can staff get back to you with the status of your domain.
You cancelled barag.solar on 31 March, which means you no longer own it.
Cancelled domains are not released immediately, and it can take anything from a few days to over a year before a cancelled domain becomes available again, if at all. You should never cancel a domain that you still want to use, as there’s no guarantee that you’ll be able to use it again somewhere else in future. Only cancel a domain if you’re completely sure you no longer want it at all.
We have no way of manually releasing a domain, but at this point I can still reverse the cancellation and restore it to your account. Then I can help you point it to another provider, and once you’ve owned it for at least 60 days you’ll be able to transfer it away from us if you prefer.
Please confirm if I should start this process for you.
i wish i use this domain with installational wordpress
anyway reverse the canclellation please.
Okay, I’ve restored the domain to your account.
For the different methods to point it to another hosting provider you can see here:
I’ve cancelled a domain I had hosted with you, however I have realized that the nameservers where pointing to my own webserver, now when I enter an internal ip address (192.168.1.xxx) it is redirected to http://www.information-alpha.blog which is currently parked. I do not want this domain but I think I need to release the redirect.
Please start a new thread at https://en.forums.wordpress.com/?new=1 and add the tag “modlook”, and a staff member will reply to you there.
If you post into someone else’s thread we don’t have automatic access to all your account info we need to help you, besides that the original poster of the thread will still get notifications of each new reply.
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