HDFC Securities(HDFCsec) is Equity Trading Company of HDFC Bank. HDFC Securities provide both online trading and trading on phone. The HDFC Securities trading account has a unique 3-in-1 feature that integrates your HDFC Securities trading account wi...
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200. Gnanasekaran Nov 12, 2010 12:34:12 PM IST | Reply
Dear sir I am intested in share trding and i received E broking passward thro HDFC how to start
199. debarun dutta Nov 08, 2010 5:34:33 PM IST | Reply
Please do not open trading/dmat accountwith HDFC,ICICISECURITIES since thier service charge is high .Further HDFC is charging software charge .They use to charge Dmat entry/exit which is quite high.Comsidering the same you can opt for SHAREKHAN WHERE ONLY YEARLY SERVICE CHARGE IS APPLICABLE ONLY.YOU CAN BUY OR SELL ANY QUANTITY WITHOUT PAYING ANY EXTRA CHARGES.FURTHER TRADING SOFTWARE OF INDIABULLS AND SHAREKHAN IS MUCH SUPERIOR THAN HDFC WHICH IS WEB BASED.BEFORE OPENING ANY TRADING ACCOUNT WITH HDFC/ICICI PLEASE COMPARE WITH SHAREKHAN/INDIABULLS
198. mandar kerkar Oct 27, 2010 1:09:16 PM IST | Reply
hi i hv HDFC saving account and nw i want to do online trading so pls guide me about your procedure and also i want to know is abt brokage fees, so kindly i want information for how much amt is deducted for fund transfer, brokerage amt for selling and buy the shares.
What is the brokerage fees charged for day trading and for delivery basis? I could not open the document for 'brokerage for trading' on hdfcsec. site. please help. Also which stocks come under 'buy today sell tomorrow'(BTST). Please elaborate.
194. lalit kumar narayan Sep 28, 2010 10:32:16 AM IST | Reply
hi I am Lalit from Chandigarh.i wanted by HDFC shares so how could i do this if service u providing online.Is there need to open my account with HDFC ? Plz reply on this given email address given above.
I am an NRI and opened a 3in 1 trading account under PIS. I want to close the account. I have not done any transaction after opening the account. Please guide.
187. A.Fernandes Jul 22, 2010 1:56:19 AM IST | Reply
I have an NRE/NRO account with an indian bank. I have a demat account also. Now I am a Canadian Citizen and want to open an Online Trading account. Are trere any restrictions for Canadian citizens to have Online Trading account? I've heard that US Citizens are not allowed to have Online Trading account to trade with stocks in India. Do you have any information on this? Is there any website or something where I can get this information. Thanks A.Fernandes
I want to close my HDFC demat online acoount for which It took me three visit to their office. after 10 days the online trding acount is closed but share amount has not yet been transfered to my HDFC bank A/C.BSNL says, The HDFC customer service phone no. 1800-22-9700 does not exist and has changed. My feeling is that The service to the customer by HDFC is only for opening an account not closing an account(DEMAT as well as BANK). RUMKI
I had a savings bank account with HDFC BANK. THE AQB WAS RS 2500. But suddenly I found they deduct rs 827/- (including service tax) without any notice. While questioning the bank official said that AQB has incresed to rs 10000/-.But the bank never give any notice or reminder or clarification to me . It is a shame for HDFC Bank . A real cheater in banking sector.