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  1. My Understanding if you want to make any changes in your address, you need to follow KYC process which is nothing but verifying your proof of residence and proof of identity.
    Now, that is with effect from Jan 21012, uniform KYC process is applicable for all your financial products, if you make changes/correction in KYC then the new address will get updated in all your financial products.
    Refer this
    http://mutual-funds-personalfin.blogspot.in/2012/01/revision-in-know-your-client-kyc-norms.html

    Format:
    To,
    The Bank Manager
    ………………………………………
    ………………………………………

    Subject: Request for change of address.
    Bank Account Number …………………………………………….
    Dear Sir,

    I am holding the above mentioned Saving Account in your Bank. I hereby approach you with the following request:

    1. I have shifted my residence. My new residential address is as under:

    Address
    ……………………………………………………………….
    ………………………………………………………………….
    ………………………………………………………………….

    I request you to kindly make necessary change in the records.

    Thanking you,

    Yours faithfully,

    (………………………….)


  2. To,
    The Manager
    __________ (Fill in the name of the bank and branch in the blanks)

    From,
    _____ (Fill in your Name)
    ______(Fill in your Address & Phone number)

    Sir,
    Sub: Reg. Updating Personal Details for Bank Account ______ (Fill in the Account number)

    As I would like to update my personal details linked to my bank account _____ (fill in your bank account number) please update your records with the details mentioned below.

    Address: _____ (Enter your new address here)
    Phone Number: ______(Enter your new phone number here)

    Thank you
    ________ (Fill your name and sign)


  3. So…did you change your address? Or do you need these details because you did NOT authorize your address to be changed? In any event, banks do nothing with letters because your identity cannot be verified in a letter (anyone could write it and say it’s you). Go to the bank directly with your ID and ask them whatever questions you need to ask.