How Domain Registrations are Charged and Billed

Updated on Aug 1, 2019

When you have a registered domain name:

  • Your credit card will be charged for renewal on the due date (if you have not disabled the auto-renewal), even though the invoice is generated 14 days ahead;
  • If the charge is successful, your domain name will be renewed;
  • Once a domain renewal order is executed (i.e., once you’ve paid for it, or it has been Executed without Payment), if you do not have enough funds to pay for the domain renewal, our registrar will start sending you notification emails regarding the unsuccessful domain renewal. When you see those emails, you can contact us by opening a ticket to our billing department. If you want, you can also renew your domain manually from your Client Area (my.fastcomet.com). To do that, you go to Billing → My Invoices.

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