What if I misspelled my domain when I registered it?

Unfortunately, we are unable to change or edit the spelling of a domain after it has been registered.

We try to register the domain exactly as you enter it. Should the registration succeed, you are charged, even if the domain you entered was not what you actually intended to type.

You do have the option of cancelling the domain so that it is no longer registered to you, but cancelling does not entitle you to a refund of any part of your registration fee. Cancelling a domain is a permanent action.

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