In some odd specific scenarios, you may get alerted by our platform that your domain is about to expire, even though your Domain Registrar shows you an expiry date long into the future (i.e., in a year from now).

This happens because our system checks your domain’s actual expiration date, as it appears at Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN).

Your Domain Registrar can claim they’ve already renewed your domain name before actually doing so.

If you look up your domain name in ICANN’s whois database, then you can see the actual expiration date:

In most cases, this is nothing to worry about, as your Domain Registrar will actually renew your domain before it expires. However, in such cases, the expiration date for your domain name in their panel is incorrect, while the expiration date presented by our system is correct, which is is where the discrepancy appears.