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Investor Guidelines


1. Prior to signing the account opening form, thoroughly review all documents and agreed-upon conditions.

2. Ensure you receive a copy of KYC, account opening documents, and Unique Client Code.

3. Familiarize yourself with the product, operational framework, and timelines related to various Trading, Clearing & Settlement processes.

4. Obtain comprehensive information about brokerage, fees, and other charges levied.

5. Register your mobile number and email ID in your trading, demat, and bank accounts for regular transaction alerts.

6. If executed, obtain a copy of Power of Attorney. However, carefully examine the scope and implications before granting it, as it's not mandatory for SEBI/Stock Exchanges.

7. Promptly receive contract notes for executed trades, detailing transaction price, brokerage, GST, and STT within 24 hours.

8. Ensure timely receipt of funds, securities, or commodities within 24 hours of payment.

9. Verify trade details, contract notes, and statements of account, addressing any discrepancies with the relevant authority. Cross-verify trade details on Exchange websites.

10. Opting for running account settlement? Ensure the stockbroker settles the account within the chosen option (30 or 90 days).



1. Avoid dealing with unregistered stockbrokers.

2. Strike off any blanks in your account opening and KYC forms.

3. Refrain from submitting incomplete account opening and KYC forms.

4. Keep the trading account information updated; confirm any changes made in the system.

5. Transfer funds for trading purposes only to a stockbroker; never make payments in the name of an employee of the stockbroker.

6. Pay attention to emails/SMSs related to trades from the Stock Exchange; report any observed discrepancies.

7. Exercise caution with digital contracts if not familiar with computers.

8. Never share your trading password.

9. Steer clear of fixed/guaranteed returns schemes.

10. Avoid falling victim to fraudsters' emails and SMSs promising huge profits in stocks/securities. Seek expert advice for investments and avoid following herd mentality.

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