Getting back your domain
A while ago I used to own the domain ericlamb.com and all was good in the world. The sun came out every morning, birds would sing and women loved me. Then, in a stupendous act of laziness on my part, the domain expired and someone else swooped in and bought it.
Panicking, I hurriedly purchased the domain ericlamb.net, where you’re at, and reset all my files, I have a LOT of dev sites, and email addresses and moved on with my life. Sure, it was a sore spot for me, losing my domain like that, but what the hell; life goes on.
Recently, I found myself at GoDaddy.com attempting to access my domain so I could change the DNS to a new server. Having forgotten my account number I went to the “forgot information” area and attempted to retrieve everything. You enter in the domain you want the information for and they send an email with that information to the registered domain owner. Not giving it a second thought I put in ericlamb.net, clicked submit, and .
Woops! Unfortunately, the account was created with my old email address email@example.com; which I don’t have anymore. Sigh…
This is ok though because you can request the merger of separate accounts into a single account.
fill out and fax to:
Or scan and email it to: firstname.lastname@example.org
They will get back to you in about 3 days with either questions or confirmation the request is completed.
Easy; like your sister.