Are you looking to unregister a GoDaddy domain?

Maybe you didn't realize that a domain you purchased was trademarked, or perhaps you're just trying to clean up your GoDaddy portfolio.

Whatever the case, unregistering a GoDaddy domain is a quick and easy process and is much the same method to delete a domain at Namecheap.

Read ahead to learn how to unregister your domain through GoDaddy Operating Company LLC.

How Do I Delete a GoDaddy Domain?

1. Log In To Your Domain Control Center

Your first step is to log in to your GoDaddy account and visit the Domain Control Center.

This page will show you all of the web addresses you currently own and provide information about their expiration dates and statuses.

2. Select the Domain

To the left of each of your domains is a small box that you can check to "select" the domain. Check the box next to the domain that you would like to remove from your portfolio.

3. Click the "More" Dropdown

In the toolbar at the top of the page, you will see an orange icon labeled "More." Select this icon to open a dropdown bar.

4. Click "Delete Domain" in the dropdown list

Select the option to unregister a domain near the bottom of the dropdown.

5. Submit your request

A window will open with information about deleting a domain name. Read through this information, then select the checkbox at the bottom of the window.

Once you select this checkbox, you can submit your deletion request.

Deleting a GoDaddy Domain—How Long Does It Take?

Once you submit a removal request through GoDaddy, the deletion may take up to fifteen minutes to process.

How Do I Get a GoDaddy Refund on a Deleted Domain?

You may be eligible to receive a refund after you eliminate the domain.

GoDaddy's refund policy states that members with annual plans have thirty days to return a product, while members with monthly plans have 48 hours.

To receive a refund, you will need to contact GoDaddy customer support after you cancel your domain.

How Do I Recover My Deleted GoDaddy Domain?

Have you deleted a GoDaddy domain accidentally? You must be very careful, if you domain ends up on a deleted domains list there are many people waiting to snap them up quick.

If so, you may be able to recover it by either manually renewing it or purchasing it from the general registry.

Manually Renew the Domain

To attempt to manually renew the domain name after deletion, visit the Renewals and Billing page on your GoDaddy account.

Select the product you would like to renew, then click "Add to Cart."

Purchase from the Registry

To see if your domain has reentered the registry, you can search for it in the GoDaddy search bar.

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