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Performing dotFM Domain Push

1) The current owner of the domain must enter their account. Click on the link for "Domain Push," under the "Domain Manager Services" section.
2) Select the domain to be moved from the drop down menu.
3) Enter the "Username" along with the First and Last Name provided as the registrant contact on the destination account. This is Case Sensitive.
4) Check the box below to Verify the transfer.
5) Click on the button "Push Domain" to move the domain instantly.
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