Ok here's a question for people who have their own domains...
I want to transfer my domain from blogger to wordpress. I have an account with bluehost already. I need an EPP number for bluehost to prove to them I own the domain. I can find emails for my old domains but not this one...
I am registered with godaddy.com - when I try and ask for my customer number they ask me my domain name, which I type in. They say it's an invalid name. However I'm definitely registered with them. I'm going in circles - how can I transfer my domain?
Any help appreciated!
Blogger to Wordpress is irrelevant
You are transferring from GoDaddy to BlueHost.
If you cant access your GoDaddy account or provide security info, then your SOL.
I would just call them to sort it out, see if they can help you with some other identifying info like cc# or send you an email to your registered email.
Heres an idea.
Unless you paid for private registration, the default info that shows up on a WHOIS search for your domain should match your registration details at GoDaddy
Phew I figured it out. Turns out I'd registered with a different email... now waiting for it to unlock so I can do the transfer... hopefully. Thanks for the help!
P.S. How do I find my EPP code? LoL
Edit: And by opening my eyes, I found it!
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