redirecting websites with a twist in it

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We have two web address #1 and #2. We paid a webbuilder thousands of dollars to have website built on web address #1. They were supposed to build a second website at address #2. I found a way to incorporate both products on the first website they created. They didnt like this. I did some homework and found that they are nickle and diming us to death. They are a small homebased business. They will share very very little information with me to keep me spending our money with them.
Then, I found synthasite. I think you are my solution. If I can find a way to point that web address #2 (already purchased through another company) to webite #1, half of my problem is solved. Then I want to purchase web address #3 through synthasite to point to website #1. Without going into extended chat, trust me that this is the smartest move to have 2 web address' pointing to the website. Help me to be smarter than them. PLEASE!!!!!
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Hi njoynlife,

You can forward domains to other domains and you would need to set that up with your domain registrar. You can also forward more than one domain to a particular domain.

I hope that information helps!
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So if they dont want to help me, unless I pay them more money...I am out of luck?
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It's not likely that your website builder owns your domain - if you can find out who your domain registrar is, you can contact them and make the changes yourself.