Generic domains (gTLD) expiration notification

The generic (international) top level domains (gTLD) are .com, .net, .org, .biz, .info and .name.

According to the new ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) policy effective from August 31, 2013, the central registrar (apart from the domain provider) must notify all owners of gTLD domains of their oncoming expiration date. Central Registry warned of the approaching expiration of domains in the past, but now this notice must be sent on a strict deadlines.
Domain provider INTERNET CZ, a. s. (FORPSI, partner of BlazeArts Ltd.) uses for registration of gTLD domains central registrar Tucows Inc. (OpenSRS). For this reason, Tucows Inc. will remind the domain name owners of their oncoming expiration date too.
Beginning on August 31, 2013, FORPSI will send 4 emails to remind owners of generic domains (gTLD) of the oncoming expiration date of their domain names; the notifications will be sent as following:

30 days prior to the expiration date
14 days prior to the expiration date
7 days prior to the expiration date
3 days after expiration date


Starting on the August 31, 2013, owners of the gTLD domains will receive expiration notification from the central registrar Tucows Inc. (OpenSRS) too; the notifications will be sent as following:

30 days prior to the expiration date
5 days prior to the expiration date
3 days after the expiration date

The expiration notification from Tucows Inc. will include warning that your domain name renewal can be done by INTERNET CZ, a. s., who is your domain name provider. It is not possible to have your domain name renewed directly by Tucows Inc. Please note - always renew your domain name at your domain provider INTERNET CZ, a. s. (FORPSI).

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