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If you can i can't find it??
but it likely needs to be signed and turned in to a branch
at least that's what happens with Lloyds
You can go into your branch and do it or print off a form and send it off. Can't remember where I found the form though. Only problem with sending the form off is that they don't notify you as to when they have done it.
trying to avoid going into the branch cause i can't do it at the normal vendor person i have to see someone which takes 20 mins wait then they go through my whole account! Agghh!!
The form is on the website - you print it out and send it back.
You only have to go into the branch if, like me, you fail to sign your name convincingly enough.
IMPORTANT: Barclays keep your 'online banking' address separately or did until recently so you may have to get that updated as well. I have no idea how to do this :(
I can go online without logging in and download a piece of paper where the only proof of my address change will be that I give my correct old address and my correct signature.
However, when logged into online banking I must first have established an address, received my codes, then I need to have their special card reader, my bank card and the PIN for the card. How is this a less secure way of updating my address? FFS!
I'm taking five to ponder this.
i'm only doing it because i want to move banks and just realised i didn't change my address form parentd ages ago.
I'm off to buy a slice of cake.
chocolate? Victoria sponge?
It's going to be FUCKING AMAZING though as I'm going to Konditor & Cook under the Gherkin.
but sure it's amazing
I'm not sure why but I'm very fond of my PIN Sentry.