How do I change my contact details in the web-based WHOIS?

Learn about issues with your .eu, .ею, or .ευ website, transferring your domain with requesting an authorization code, and the process for renewing or deleting your domain name.

Please contact your registrar, who will be able to change your contact details on your behalf.

It is essential to ensure that your contact details are correct and up to date. If your contact details are false, contain mistakes, or are outdated, we will not be able to contact you, and this may result in the loss of your domain name. The amount of contact information displayed in the web-based WHOIS system depends on whether the domain name was registered by a company or organisation, or by a private individual.


If you have registered a .eu (or its variants in other scripts) domain name and wish not to display your primary email address on the web-based WHOIS, you may provide your registrar with an alternative functioning email address for display in the web-based WHOIS. You will be able to verify both email addresses on your ‘My .eu’ account.


Please note that the email address used while registering a domain name cannot include the new registered domain name’s extension. The email address extension must be different to the domain name registered.


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