Note the following about changing the owner of a domain: If the Amazon Route 53 console displays the following message when you try to change contact information, the registry for your TLD requires that you fill out a Change of Domain Ownership form: "To change the registrant name or organization, open a case." Perform the following procedure to request the ownership change.
When your ownership has been verified, an AWS customer support engineer will change contact information for you.
On the next page, you will be able to edit your contact details and save them. Just check the domain names you wish to change the contact information for (1), select the Actions button (2) in the upper left corner and click on the Domain Contacts button (3):5.
Once the information is changed, you will be redirected back to the Domain List page, and the message about the domain contact update will appear: That's it!
If you're transferring a domain to Route 53 and you can't access email at the email address for the registrant contact, you must work with the current registrar to update the email address.
It is important to keep your Registration/Who Is information up to date.
If you need specific help with your account, feel free to contact our Support Team.
Note: Only the e-mail address you are logged in to Google Domains with will have access to your Google Domains account.
You can update the Whois contact details of your domain names by following the instructions below: Our phones are currently unavailable due to the Holidays, but we are still available via chat and email.
We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience. Visit our Knowledge Base at name.com/support for step-by-step guides and immediate answers to your questions.
However, for some TLDs, changing the owner of a domain or changing the email address of the registrant contact requires authorization. When the contact type is Person and you change the First Name or Last Name fields for the registrant contact, you change the owner of the domain.