Image of extend registration pageRenew your existing domain

Important Notice:  If you have received an email or snail mail from a company that is offering domain registration or "search engine registration" services — usually with what looks like a bill or invoice — it may be a scam. If you are unsure, Google it, or call your web professional!  Don't get suckered in by their tactics.


If you have received an automated renewal notice in your email from "Domain Guru" or CBass Web Design, please click the link in the notice to go to the renewal page.  The renewal page will look like the image shown to the right.

  • If you do not renew before the domain expires, we can still renew it for you through our administrative interface.  Please contact us and we will assist you. 

    • Note that we have a limited time (30 days) to be able to renew the domain for you before it goes into a 120 day "Redemption Period."  If your domain name is in the Redemption Period, the registrar requires a payment of $250.00 to renew the domain.  We have no control over this fee.

      • If you do not redeem your domain name, after 120 days it is returned to the public market and may be registered by the first person who purchases it.  Often that will be an automated program that lies in wait to snatch up expired domain names, especially if it is a "good one."  In this situation, you have virtually no chance to get your domain name back except for contacting the person who registered it and asking to buy it from them.  This can be very expensive.


Experiencing problems renewing?

  • Be sure to type in all four digits of the expiration year of your card.  Using just two digits will most likely cause the transaction to fail.

  • If your transaction continues to fail, please call us and we will assist you.


Domain Management

If you would like to log in to your domain name management account, click here.

  • If you do not have access to your domain name management account, please call us and we will assist you.