.AM Change of Domain Registrant

.AM Change of Domain Registrant

The .AM Registry requires a trade to be performed when there is a change of domain registrant. It costs the same as a one year registration and will reset the domain expiration date to a year from the date of the trade, forfeiting any already paid term.

In order to proceed, kindly submit a payment using one of the links provided below and complete/submit the attached form with required documentation.

Credit Card: https://www.dot.fm/update_payment.cfm
PayPal: https://www.dot.fm/paypal/

Check Current Price: https://dot.fm/pricing.cfm

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