PK DOMAIN TRANSFER
For transferring a domain from one account to another, the following requirements are needed to be fulfilled:
An authority letter in writing is needed to be furnished by the present domain registrant (owner of domain not the agent or technical contact) to PKNIC. The authority letter is to be presented on the company’s letter head bearing the official seal. For the citizens of Pakistan, a copy of the CNIC (national identity card) of the company’s head or director is required as well. The authority letter should contain the details of the account information from which the domain needs to be transferred and it should also include the account where the domain is intended to be transferred.
What if, because of some reasons, the name of the registrant (fully or partially) does not match with the officially used emblem (i.e. on company letter head), in this case an affidavit made with proper format mentioning the official authorization is needed to be supplied. The affidavit must meet the legal formalities and requirements such as stamp paper of worth Rs. 100 attested by the oath commissioner. Download sample document for .pk domain transfer
In case, the registrant of the domain is an individual then furnishing of the affidavit in proper formatting is required. The affidavit has to be legally binding like stamp paper of worth Rs. 100 and attested by the oath commissioner. Download sample document for .pk domain transfer for individuals
The mailing address for the authority letter to be sent is mentioned as under:
Suite#704, 7th Floor, Siddique Trade Center,
Main Boulevard, Gulberg,
E-mail Verification: The owner of the present domain or agent would then be asked for the consent to the domain transfer and the transferring to the account holder to accept the request for the incoming domain transfer.
The authority letter can either be mailed to the above mentioned PKNIC’s postal address if you want to handle the transfer process your self or can be sent to creativeON for asking for the assistance in the domain transferring process.