Validate my details
The Domain Name Commission regularly validates .nz domain names to ensure that the .nz domain name space remains safe and secure.
We check to ensure that the registrant is contactable at the details that they have provided, and that they properly constituted an organisation or an individual.
If you think you have identified a domain name that doesn’t meet these requirements you can inform us of this here.
This process involves contacting the registrant of a .nz domain name using the registration record details. The registrant is asked to validate the contact details to prove they are correct.
We also at times, ask the registrant to provide supporting documentation to demonstrate your compliance with .nz domain name policy.
First Notice and Call
The initial notice is a request for you to confirm your registration details.
If these are confirmed, we may ask you to provide supporting documentation such as (list from email)
Second Notice and Call
This is to act as a reminder to confirm your details or to provide additional supporting documentation.
If we haven’t received the supporting documentation requested or you haven’t confirmed your details we will advise you that your domain name will be suspended.
While your domain is suspended, your website and email will not function. During this period you can still submit the requested supporting documentation.
If DNC has not received your supporting documentation within 90 days from the suspension, your domain may be made available to the public for registration on a first-come, first served basis.