If you have questions about the domain renewal process that are not addressed here, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
To renew your domain, you’ll need to enable auto-renew to ensure the domain name renews automatically at the time of the expiration and that you don’t risk losing your domain.
To set up auto-renew for your domain at BL.INK, log in to your account, then click My Domains. Find the domain you wish to set auto-renew for. On the righthand side, you’ll see the column for Autorenew. Make sure the button is set to On.
BL.INK offers automatic renewal for your domains to make renewing easy on you. To manage your automatic renewal settings, follow the steps below:
If you fail to renew your domain name before expiration, the domain will expire and a few things will happen within BL.INK:
You may be able to regain access to your domain if:
BL.INK will store your previously captured link data, but your domain and links will no longer be active within BL.INK.
To update your payment settings, log in to your BL.INK account. From the Home page, click your name in the upper righthand corner, then click My Account. On the My Account page, you’ll see a section in the upper right for Billing. Click Manage Billing.
Then select Payment Methods. From here, you can update existing payment methods or add a new payment method.
Name.com is the registrar that powers BL.INK’s domain name marketplace. ICANN, the international governing body of the domain name industry, requires registrars such as Name.com to alert domain registrants of impending domain renewals and domain expiration. This is to ensure transparency and access to domain registrants.
BL.INK can provide a refund for a domain name that was renewed within 5 days of the purchase. If the domain was renewed more than five days before requesting a refund, we’re unable to refund the domain, per ICANN’s regulations.