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Answered 2011-12-03 20:00:57

Your bank will not make any changes to your account as a result of you writing a letter to them. It will be necessary for you and the individual whom you wish to become a signer on the account to visit your bank, with proper identification, in order to provide that identification to the bank and sign any applicable documents in person.

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