Rightly's guide to changing your address
Make sure you've updated all of the key organisations, and remove your old address from companies to stay on top of your digital footprint.
Changing your address doesn't have to be complicated
Once you've worked out who you need to inform of your move, simply set up a redirect with Royal Mail and make sure that you update your key documentation.
In the process of updating your address, you may come across companies that have your information but no longer need it. It's important to delete your information from these companies to reduce your risk of hacks, scams and spam. To reduce the amount of information about you online, clean up your digital footprint today.
Why should I change my mailing address?
By alerting companies of new mailing addresses and reporting outdated information, you’ll avoid:
- Missing important post
- Accidentally ordering items to an old address
- Being vulnerable to identity theft
We know that the process of updating your details can be slow and time-consuming, but after you're done you'll be glad you did.
Who should I change my address with when moving?
It's not just your friends and family who need to know when you move! We know that it can be a lot to keep track of, so we've created a rough checklist for you:
- Your employer
- Your council
- Your gym or local societies
- Newspaper & Magazine subscriptions
- Any relevant insurance companies
- Healthcare providers like your Dentist or Optician
- Banks, Loan companies or Pension plan providers
How do I switch mailing addresses for free?
We’re free because our mission is to make data fairer, for everyone.
We don't use consumer data for commercial purposes, which means we'll never, ever sell your data. It also means that there are no adverts or hidden costs.
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