Change Account Ownership

  1. Click on the Change Ownership of an account link.
  2. When the page loads you will see two columns, each containing the following information:
    • Domains
    • Users
  3. Select either the domain or the user from one of the columns associated with the account you want to change ownership.
  4. Click on the Change button.
  5. Select the new owner username (domain_name) from the "Change Ownership" drop down menu.
  6. Click on the "ok" button. (Note: Only resellers will appear in the drop down menu.)
  7. When the page loads, you should see a statement similar to the following:


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