How to Merge Two GoDaddy Accounts

By Matt McGew

GoDaddy.com is an Internet hosting company headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona. If you have domains in multiple GoDaddy.com accounts, it is possible to merge the domains into a single account. Merging your domains into a single account allows you to access and initiate changes to your domains without having to log in to multiple accounts. This also makes it easier to manage your domains and keep track of your account-related information.

Step 1

Open a Web browser, and go to the GoDaddy.com homepage.

Step 2

Enter your GoDaddy.com user name or customer ID and password at the top of the homepage, and click the "Go" icon. You want to use your login information for the account you want to remove by merging it into another account.

Step 3

Click on the domain name, and select the "More Settings" option.

Step 4

Select "More Actions," and click "Initiate Account Changes."

Step 5

Enter the customer ID for the account you want to merge this domain into. Click the "Save" button.

Step 6

Click the "Log Out" button.

Step 7

Check the inbox of the email account associated with the GoDaddy.com account you transferred the domain to for an email from Godaddy.com. It can take up to an hour for GoDaddy.com to send you this email. Once you receive this email confirming the transfer, proceed to the next step.

Step 8

Go to the GoDaddy.com homepage, and enter your GoDaddy.com user name or customer ID and password and click the "Go" icon. You want to log in to the GoDaddy.com account you transferred the domain to.

Step 9

Select the "Pending Account Changes" option under the "My Account" subsection.

Step 10

Click "Incoming Pending Account Changes." Find the domain you transferred to this account, and click the "Quick Approve" button to complete the process of merging your GoDaddy.com accounts.