How do I get my EPP code?

An EPP code is an authorization code. This code is used for verifying that you're the owner of a domain. To transfer a domain from one provider to another, it requires that you get an EPP code if you have one of the following domains: .com, .net, .org, .me, .us, .info, .mobi, .biz, .name, .in, .nl, .tel or .co TLD.

To get your EPP code, you usually need to contact the support of your current domain registrar, they will provide you with this code which you can enter during a domain transfer.
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