Error when saving Apple Store Connect, tax or bank account address

I got an email from Apple.

According to local regulations, you are asked to enter your address in the account information of Apple Store Connect (formerly iTunes Connect). Here is the text:

We'd like to let you know that your bank account holder's address is now required in App Store Connect due to changes in local regulations. Account Holders, Admins, and Finance roles can provide a valid address in the Agreements, Tax, and Banking section. Please provide this information by October 22, 2021, in order to avoid a potential interruption of your payments.


When I entered and saved the address in English, the following error occurred.

This address is not valid. Please update your address and resubmit.


The same goes for changing the address and saving it.



Search for the above error message Same problem when entering tax addressfound that there is It's an address storage problem, so I tried this solution and it worked.

The solution is simple.

Just hit the save button 5 times! Just click the Save button until the error message disappears.

Someone who solved the tax address problem has shared it.

I solved it by calling them over the phone.

It's a bug that Apple's tech team is also aware of.

If you click the 'Add' button 5 times in a row, it will be processed normally;

It's a strange bug... .;


It's a ridiculous bug, and it hasn't been fixed yet, so I'm writing this down because I think other people will also experience this problem.


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