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Change of
Address Hub

Changing your address is simple

When you move house, you'll need to change the address that we hold for you. Digital Banking is the quickest way but you can go into a branch and do it, or use telephone banking instead.

How to update your address

Select your preferred way of doing it

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The quickest route

What you'll need

 

Access to Digital Banking

Your activated card-reader

Your step-by-step guide:

  1. 01

    Log in to Digital Banking

  2. 02

    Select 'Your Details' from the left-hand menu

  3. 03

    Select 'Update your address details'

  4. 04

    If our webchat agents are available they can help you update your address.  Click 'Start chat now' to get in touch with one of our agents or you can find the number to update your details over the phone

What you'll need

 

Your Royal Bank of Scotland debit card

Photographic ID

 

Your step-by-step guide:

If you need to change your address, you could always come into a branch and do it from there.

Make sure you bring your debit card as we’ll ask you to tap in your PIN to check that it’s you.

Then we can go about helping you change your address. The change will take place with immediate effect.

For credit card customers:

A change of address form will be completed and submitted by the branch. It will then take 2 days for the change of address to be updated.

What you'll need

Your Digital/Telephone Banking login details (they’re the same)

Your step-by-step guide:

  1. 01

    When you call us you will hear an automated menu where you can make a selection based on what you want to do.

    UK: 03457 242424

    Relay UK: 18001 03457 242424

    Overseas: +44 0131 549 8888

  2. 02

    Press 4 to go through to one of our team

  3. 03

    A Royal Bank of Scotland team member will guide you through the process

  4. 04

    You’re done. Check your Digital Banking and you’ll see it’s been updated

For credit card customers:

Call the number on the back of your card, a Royal Bank of Scotland team member will guide you through the process. 

Other places to update

It's important to not only keep friends and family informed of your new address, but organisations like your employer too.

We've created this handy checklist of who to update 

Update the important things 
  • Banks / Building Societies
  • Your employer - they need to know to update your contact details, but more importantly they need to know for your payroll
  • Other financial providers - Investments, Pensions, Insurance providers
  • Student Loans Company - make any changes to your personal account by visiting the website
  • Higher Purchase Providers
  • Utilities ( Electricity, Water, Gas, Internet, Phone, TV Licence)
  • Inland Revenue - one of the most important places that needs to know when you change address is Inland Revenue for your taxes update this information on gov.uk
  • Council Tax - update your Council Tax address visit the gov.uk site
  • Health Providers (Doctor, Dentist, Optician, Vet)
  • Education (School, University)
  • DVLA - you must update your driving license with your new address
  • Gym/ Sport Club Memberships 
  • Loyalty Cards
  • Newspaper or Magazine subscriptions 

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