** As part of your Credit Expert membership, we provide Identity Fraud Expenses Insurance. Louise, Port Talbot Dear Louise, I’m fairly certain that the reason your electoral roll details aren’t showing up on your credit report is because you have registered to vote during what local councils call the ‘annual canvass’.
I’m 18 years old and I phoned my local council about the electoral roll and have been told I am on there and was showing up on it. This is the period, usually between August and November, when most councils consult all households, update their records and publish new electoral registers.
You can change your name and update your details online.
If you live in either of these locations and wish to have your electoral roll information added to your credit report you can request a stamped registration certificate from your local authority.You can then send a copy of this letter to us through our "Ask a Question" service.For information on how to register to vote please go to https://uk/register-to-vote (please note you will need your national insurance number to complete this process).If you live in the Isle of Man and need to register to vote please go to https://im/categories/home-and-neighbourhood/elections-and-voting/Jersey and Guernsey currently don't supply us with electoral roll details.If you have moved house or changed your name, you will need to update your enrolment.
This will make sure that you are correctly enrolled for Commonwealth, State and local government elections.If your postal address for correspondence has changed, you should update your details as soon as possible. Forms are also available from: Enrolment forms need to be signed and returned to the Commission, as per the instructions on the form.You may still vote under your old address if an election is held within 3 months of your change of address and you still live within the same voting district.In jurisdictions where voting is compulsory, the electoral roll is used to indicate who has failed to vote.They may also be used to select people for jury duty.Electoral rolls, under various names, are used in, for example, the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand, but not all jurisdictions require voter registration as a prerequisite for voting, such as in the State of North Dakota in the United States.