I recently moved. How do I change my address?
To change your address, please contact our support team.
Why can’t I do this myself?
To help protect our clients from fraud, we review these kinds of changes individually.
What kind of proof do I need?
Our team will need proof of your new address with your name on it spelled as it appears on your Stash account.
Documents we can accept as proof of your new address
- A utility bill (electricity, gas, internet, water etc.)
- Your lease agreement
- Your driver’s license/State-issued photo ID
Once we receive proper documentation, we’ll update your address. It can take up to 5 business days for this change to be reflected in your account.
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