Does the registrar have a way to review my registration?
When you’ve registered your domain name, the Registrar will send you a confirmation message.
If you want to change any information, you’ll need to contact the Registrar directly. The Registrar will also send you an invoice for payment.
Can I register more than one domain at a time?
Yes. You can register any number of domains at a time.
Can I register a domain name on behalf of someone else?
Yes, you can register a domain name on behalf of someone else as long as they send you written authorization to complete the registration. You should make sure that your customer knows they will be paying for their share of the cost. You should also reserve the domain name for 60 days until the payment is made, so that if the customer cancels after you’ve registered the domain, you can take it back.
Can I register a domain name on behalf of an organization?
Yes, you can. However, you need to register the name with the organization first. You can check if a domain is available at the company’s website, and if not, you can ask the organization’s IT staff to register the name on your behalf. More often than not, the organization already has a domain registered.
Can I register domain names on behalf of a company?
Yes, you can. domain name registrars are companies that register domains on behalf of individuals and organizations. Typically, companies will contact one of these companies and ask them to register several domains with in reply to a single request. The domains are paid by the organization, not by the domain registrar.