Originally Posted by Robert Lacey
You could contact domain.com to via their transer form process. Although you don't meet the 'classic' corporate requirements you can still demonstrate enough to likely make this process work.
In the transfer form consider the following:
Prepare a link to your Whois record.2a:
You can find the address of HostOnce2b:
You can state the relationship to HostOnce2c:
There is fairly significat proof that HostOnce no longer is servicing their domain registration customers. It is unlikely that you'll be the first self (non) corporate registrant that is attempting to get their domain; therefore if you can show reasonible grounds that you are legit and should have rights to the domain then it has better opportunity to work.2d:
You will state that you keep the account in good standing that you use this in a way to promote and deceminate your information, as they are unwilling to answer the phone, emails, or information accessed via web forms, they have blocked your right to continue operating this domain when when you reach the renewal anniversary date on 2012/08/142e:
Although, this is important, you may first try doing 2a to 2d and Domain.com may sufficiently understand your situation an not require a not document notarized.3a:
You are not a company or registers so it should be OK that have a letter from yourself requesting the transfer. Make sure that this letter is set up like letterhead to show some effort to arrange it within their requirements something like:
3b: A copy of your Drivers License
111 Parkville Ave, Unit 5, Bath, BA12AZ
<: telephone number here :><: email address here :><: website address here :>
3c: A copy of your Utility Bill
It cannot hurt to try this, and at least it will open a line of communication with domain.com.