SBI account holder? Know how to update your registered address
Such events lead to complications for customers when the seek banking services. Normally, when you do not update your address in the bank important documents are sent to the old registered location by the bank.
State Bank of India offers many services to make the lives of its customers easy. To avail the services, it is necessary for customers to update their details with the bank. Changes in life events such as marriage or migration may lead to residents changing their basic demographic details such as name and address. Such events lead to complications for customers when they seek banking services. Normally, when you do not update your address in the bank important documents are sent to the old registered location by the bank. These may include cheque books, debit card, or any other important document. To avoid such a scenario, the bank suggests customers to update the account holder details accurately.
Changed your address lately? To ensure, you continue receiving our communication, delivery of your cheque books and debit card, update your registered address. Submit your application at a SBI branch along with your updated KYC documents as mentioned here: https://t.co/se22GnFhWP pic.twitter.com/2rI7QM0lAG
— State Bank of India (@TheOfficialSBI) July 20, 2019
To ensure, you continue receiving bank's communication, delivery of cheque books and debit card, SBI suggests to update a registered address. For this, submit your application at an SBI branch along with your updated KYC documents as mentioned
As per the ‘Know Your Customer’ guidelines of the Reserve Bank of India, cardholders are required to submit their KYC documents for any change in their current residential address on the card account and are suggested to submit the self-attested proof of the current residential address.
To register the KYC document, the individual needs to submit the Passport, Voter's, identity Card, Driving Licence, Aadhaar Letter/Card, NREGA Card, PAN Card to the bank.