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(R91-LROR) Status: OK Registrant Name: Oliver Pergams That's the previous owner of the domain! I feel it's no use contacting Godaddy since they have updated all data in their registry.Who should I contact or what can I do to get the data updated?Godaddy, the registrar, shows the updated Whois-info: Domain Name: GRINGO.ORG Created On: 03-Feb-2003 UTC Last Updated On: 24-Jul-2003 UTC Expiration Date: 03-Feb-2004 UTC Sponsoring Registrar: Go Daddy Software, Inc.A, MX, SRV, LOC, TTL and CNAME records can be edited using the Customer Portal.See the following section of the Knowledge Base for help on making these changes: The e-mail should be from the owner of the Domain name (the source e-mail address will be verified), and include details of the changes required.I have a domain name which i have changed the A records and DNS records for at the same time on the 25th, however the A record propagated in about 24 hours but only half of them however its been almost 7 days since then and the DNS still hasnt updated.Domain name: uk Data validation: Nominet was able to match the registrant's name and address against a 3rd party data source on 10-Dec-2012 Registrar: 123-Reg Limited t/a 123-reg [Tag = 123-REG] URL: Relevant dates: Registered on: 24-Mar-2009 Expiry date: 24-Mar-2016 Last updated: 25-Feb-2016 Registration status: Registered until expiry date.
For more information about the type of records that can be updated please see the Related Article. Select the radio button next to Yourself if you want to be the contact, or select the option that describes how you will identify the contact (e.g., already has access, NIC handle, or User ID) then click on the Continue button:8.Domain owners are required to provide current and valid contact information.If your information is available to edit it will look something like this. If you have privacy enabled you might receive a message stating that you need to contact support to change your details. ↑ Table of Contents ↑ Under ICANN policy we have to treat any change in the following items as a change in domain ownership: That means these changes need to be confirmed via email before they can take effect.Changing these details will also cause a 60-day transfer lock to be applied to the domain, unless you specifically opt out during the process.