nTLD domain names


A .INSURANCE domain is so much more than a really great marketing tool. Consider your current domain name. Does it reflect what you do? Does it help you acquire new customers? Is it memorable? A .INSURANCE domain quickly informs potential customers as to who and what you are, differentiating you from competitors and across the internet.

Your customers depend on you to protect what’s most important to them, their most prized possessions – everything from their cars and homes to their family’s health and wellbeing. Implicit in your relationship is that you are also protecting their personal information. Insurance companies and producers have become treasure troves for phishers, looking to acquire personal information for use in committing identity theft and financial fraud. As a verified domain, .INSURANCE ensures that phishers and other bad actors cannot get a domain or email address like yours to impersonate you and attack your employees and customers. A .INSURANCE domain is your Online Stamp of Trust, it’s proof positive you are who you say you are.

Insurance companies and producers are moving to .INSURANCE domains to deny phishers access to their customers, and to differentiate themselves in a competitive marketplace. It’s easier than ever to make the move to .INSURANCE and a small price to pay to protect your business and customers. Grow with your marketable and secure .INSURANCE domain today.

For more information on .insurance domain availability, please visit https://www.register.insurance

Additional .insurance terms


1. Additional terms relating to .insurance registrations.

1.1. Safenames is an accredited registrar with the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers ("ICANN") for the .insurance Top Level Domain ("TLD").

1.2 As an accredited domain name registrar, Safenames is, upon accepting your application to register or renew a domain name with a .insurance TLD, your sponsor for that application.

1.3. All .insurance names we register or renew are not effective until we have delivered the domain name registration or renewal information you provide us to the registry administrator for the .insurance TLD, and the registry administrator puts into effect your domain name registration or renewal. Currently, the registry administrator for the .insurance name is fTLD Registry Services Limited ("fTLD").

1.4 The Registry fTLD reserves the right to deny, cancel or transfer any domain name registration or transaction, or place any domain name(s) on registry lock, hold or similar status, as it deems necessary, in its unlimited and sole discretion: (i) to comply with specifications adopted by any industry group generally recognized as authoritative with respect to the Internet (e.g., RFCs), (ii) to correct mistakes made by fTLD or Safenames in connection with a domain name registration, or (iii) for the non-payment of Fees to fTLD. In addition, Safenames shall obtain the consent of each Customer in the fTLD for such collection and use of Personal Data.

1.5 By registering a .insurance domain name you agree not to make use of the domain for the purposes of distributing malware, abusively operating botnets, phishing, piracy, trademark or copyright infringement, fraudulent or deceptive practices, counterfeiting or otherwise engaging in activity contrary to applicable law, and providing (consistent with applicable law and any related procedures) consequences for such activities including suspension of the domain name.

1.6 As a .insurance domain name registrant the Customer hereby consents to:

(a) Submit to proceedings under ICANN's Uniform Domain Name Dispute Policy (UDRP) and comply with the requirements set forth by fTLD for domain names registered during the Sunrise Period, including the mandatory Sunrise Dispute Resolution Policy. These policies are subject to modification.

(b) The policies and procedures set forth by fTLD located at https://www.ftld.com/policies which are subject to modification.

(c) The timestamp shown in the fTLD records where there is a dispute concerning the time of the entry of a domain name registration into fTLD’s system

(d) You agree to indemnify, defend and hold harmless fTLD and its directors, employees and agents from and against any and all claims, damages, liabilities, costs and expenses, including reasonable legal fees and expenses, arising out of or relating to your domain name registration. This indemnification shall survive any termination or expiry of the domain name registration.

(e) To comply with ICANN standards, policies, procedures, and practices for which fTLD has monitoring responsibility in accordance with the Registry Agreement or other arrangement with ICANN.

(f) To comply with fTLD’s operational requirements, policies and procedures and practices for .insurance as set forth on their website at https://www.ftld.com/resources.

(g) To comply with, any and all applicable national, state or local law, regulation or court order in relation to your .insurance domain name registrations.

(h) To comply with all Public Interest Commitments (as set forth in Specification 12 to the Registry Agreement, as amended from time-to-time) and community registration policies (as set forth in Specification 12 to the Registry Agreement, as amended from time-to-time). The Registry Agreement here refers to the agreement between fTLD and ICANN dated September 25, 2014.

1.7 In registering and maintaining a .insurance domain name you agree that you are not permitted to make use of privacy or proxy registration services.

1.8 Customers agree by way of registration of a .insurance domain name to adhere to all security requirements stipulated by fTLD in its policy located at https://www.ftld.com/security which may be amended and updated from time to time.

Premium or non-standard domains have non-uniform registration and renewal pricing.

Registrant shall take all necessary action(s) as directed by Registrar or Registry Operator in relation to compliance actions, directives, or instructions from ICANN, and/or as otherwise directed by Registry Operator in its sole discretion as being reasonably necessary for the provision of Registry Services, and enforcing compliance with Registry Operator’s Operational and Security Requirements and Operations Pledge, including monitoring for compliance regarding the Registered Name.