@Saurabh.s, I appreciate your thorough and clear step-by-step explanation. No doubt, it will be beneficial to many individuals.
If possible, please find the option to modify the nominee as well (I’m unsure if this feature is available), as I’ve noticed some queries about it in our community.
@AXA, it’s possible that it will take some time for the changes to be reflected. I suggest you to try again after a few days.
Nope. Jupiter itself does not allow you to add nominee after account creation. As I have said before: i added the nominee through fednet and it’s being reflected there. And yes, I will create a ticket regarding this soon. Thanks!
I think the mismatch is happening if the nominee is registered through FedNet.
People who registered during account opening through Jupiter don’t have this issue. I can also see my nominee in Jupiter app and I registered at the time of opening the Jupiter account through the Jupiter app.
@shawnpinto can you please give a heads-up to the Jupiter Team involved in this.
Yap. It seems like the statement details aren’t being updated since the initial KYC.
Also, it seems like the parmanent address section in my Jupiter app got updated after me changing my address in my aadhar. But the old address is still being shown in the account statement. Makes you wonder, really.
This did help me update nominee details using fednet. Thanks.
As I was already a fed account holder thought of getting that account registered for net banking as well, to my surprise when I tried creating for my old account it said it was already registered and shared the user ID registered for Jupiter fed account,
well here it should consider both as different accounts or should have an option to add both accounts under one net banking user ( which i am not sure but might be difficult as having 2 savings accounts in the same bank are not allowed)
here I guess fed and Jupiter need unquie identification with account number + mobile.