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I have do a Demate A/c & Online Trading A/c in SBI, I want to close my trading A/c from SBI (SBI CAP SECURITY) & Open only new trading a/c in reliance money. I would like to know it is possible that my Dmate a/c in sbi & I would open a online trading a/c in Reliance money. If it is possible, send me entire details for opening online trading a/c in Reliance money & please provide me all details of brokrage charges & a/c openng charges etc.
506. mahantesh Sep 12, 2009 12:13:29 PM IST | Reply
online trading is very easy to trade the shares and demat account is first step of trading............
Hey I had same kind debit in my a/c ... i know this person at reliance money who helped me ...i m not sure about his name but his no. was sm 321918013 try it out ... ..or else u let me know ur customer number .. will write to him ..m sure he will resolve ur issues
dear all, First of all there are some risk factor with any online services. This could be RM fault or may be us. we have to bear that in mind. Online secure transactions are always tend to be little slow. And if your internate connection is not good. This secure server will give you false result at our end.But not at server side end.
No hacking is possible with RM. as there is a security toeken given to you. I agree that RM has increased their chargesa exponetially.
i am using RM since very long time and found resonably ok, when compared to the other sites.
493. pandit raj Aug 26, 2009 9:29:06 PM IST | Reply
hi all, reliance money ki brokrage ki new details, DP charges and other charges kya kya hai please koi mujhe batayega. thaks all
I also have a d'mat and trd acct with reliance money, has following problem (A) customer care no body attends the phone except for trd (B) the web site doed not respond when requied (C) Limit card is a headeake, which is changed at will and wish (D) inbox does not open, required, lots of patience and time (E)Money is returned after 3days in bank after request is placed In short a extremly poor poor trading site, one should avoid
I was thinking of trading through reliance money .. but with so many grievances ..and one person saying itss good im having second thoughts..
490. Mannat singh Aug 26, 2009 2:24:44 PM IST | Reply
Agree with most of you'll on reliance money.. may be we should call their customer service and we might actually get a proper feedback ..who knows.. at least through this they are aware of our grievances..
Never Never Never think about opening the account with reliance money. They do not have the well trading portal yet, but they are providing service since 2 years. These people introduce new rules for every 1 week, they change whole of their brokerage structure, limit card validity and whole lot of non sense to make users miserable. Opening account with relaince money is just like pouring the hot boiling ghee in you mouth(just image your status.....).
They say its an well built 3 in 1 integrated trading portal, but not true. They tie up with the banks who wont provide any service but just eat money in terms of quaterly average balance(Axis bank is one of those). Every time u tranfer ur money the transaction fails and ur money gets struck in the demat.
Their UI is so stupid, everything opens as the pop up window, every pop up has an logout.
Please never think about it................... With their current brokerage structure, they are the leaders in high brokerage. Initally they said they just take 1 paise per transaction, currently they charge rs 15 per trade irrespective of the limit card.
Just calculate it 15 Rs = 15000 Paise. Calculate the difference and think.
488. Nikhil srivatav Aug 24, 2009 8:01:17 PM IST | Reply
I want detail information regarding the charges applicable if I purchase options lot from reliance money and I also want detail information if I purchase a futures from reliance money what are the brokerages charges