Paytm Money Demat Account Charges, Review, Opening

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Paytm Money is an online discount broker offering both trading and Demat account to its customers as a part of its 2-in-1 account services. Paytm Money Demat account is an online account where Paytm Money customers can keep their shares, mutual funds, ETF in electronic format.

To invest in the Indian stock market, an individual mandatorily needs a trading and a Demat account. The trading account is required to place buy/sell orders. A Demat account is required to hold your securities safely in electronic format.

Paytm Money Demat review

Paytm Money offers free Demat account opening with zero maintenance charges. The Paytm Money trading account opening charges are Rs.200.

Paytm Money is a depository participant (DP) with CDSL. Through its CDSL membership, Paytm Money offers the Demat Account and other depository related services to its customers. Paytm Money Demat account helps to invest in shares, IPO, ETF, and mutual funds.

Paytm Money Demat Account is safe and secure. Similar to all other brokers, the Demat account is actually with the CDSL depository. The shares you hold in the Demat account remains with the CDSL and not with Paytm Money. It just acts as a facilitator. Paytm Money has allowed you to sell your stocks using Paytm Money TPIN. Thus, you are not mandatorily required to submit a signed POA document to the broker. Paytm Money TPIN is like an ATM PIN that enables you to transfer shares from your Demat account to exchange for fulfilling your delivery obligation on time.

Paytm Money Demat Account - Key features

  • Free Demat account opening.
  • Zero maintenance charges.
  • Digital KYC and Paperless account opening.
  • Instant account opening.
  • Paytm Money TPIN.
  • Mandatory Demat account along with the trading account.

Paytm Money Demat account number

Paytm Money Demat account number is a 16-digit number. It is a combination of Paytm Money CDSL DP ID and your Client ID. The CDSL DP ID and your client ID are both of 8 digits each.

Paytm Money CDSL DP ID is 12088800. You can find your Client ID in the Client Master Report (CMR). Alternatively, you can also find your Demat account number in the Profile/Account section in the Paytm Money web or Paytm Money app.

For example, if your client ID is 99999999, then your Paytm Money Demat account number will be 1208880099999999.

For a detailed Paytm Money Demat account opening process, read the Paytm Money account opening.

Paytm Money Demat account closure

You can close your Paytm Money Demat account anytime you wish. Generally, it is advisable to close the Demat account if not in use, as a Demat account attracts maintenance charges even when not in use. But, since currently, Paytm Money has zero maintenance charges, you can assess if you want to maintain the account or not.

To close the Paytm Money Demat account, you need to raise a request with the Customer support team or send a written request to the broker. The Paytm Money Demat account closure form is available on the Paytm Money website under Download Centers in the Support section of Stock Market Product.

For a detailed Paytm Money Demat account closure process, read Paytm Money account opening.

Paytm Money Demat account Customer Care Number

To reach out to Paytm Money customer care for any Demat related queries or issues, you need to raise a request under the Customer Support section through the Paytm Money app. Alternatively, you can also drop an email at Paytm Money currently does not have a dedicated customer care number.

Paytm Money Demat Account Opening Charges

To open a new Demat account with Paytm Money, the customer may have to pay Demat account opening charges. The broker may also charges Annual Maintenance Charges (AMC), a yearly fee to maintain the Demat account.

Demat Account Opening FeeRs 0
Demat Account Annual Charges (AMC)Rs 0 (Free)
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Paytm Money Demat Charges

Sr Charge head Charges
1 Stamp Paper Charges Nil
2 AMC Charges Rs 0
3 Custody Charges Nil
4 Transaction Charges (Buy) Nil
5 DP Charges for Delivery Sell Orders Rs 12.5 per ISIN per day
6 Off-Market Transactions Rs 12.5 per ISIN
7 Pledge Creation/Closure/Invocation Rs 32 per ISIN
8 DEMAT/Conversion Rs 250 per 100 shares + Depository charges
9 REMAT Rs 250 per 100 shares + Depository charges
10 Physical Statement Courier Rs 300 per request + Rs 300 courier charges
11 Modification in CML Rs 25 per request
12 KRA Upload/ Download
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  • ₹0 account opening fee +
  • ₹300 of free brokerage +
  • Brokerage-free Equity Delivery +
  • Flat ₹10 per trade for Intraday & F&O +
  • ₹0 Demat AMC

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. 1. Is Paytm Money Demat account?

    Yes, Paytm Money offers a Trading and Demat account to its customers to invest across multiple asset classes.

    The word Paytm is generally related to the Paytm payment application as Paytm is well-known as India's No.1 mobile payment platform that allows people to transfer money to anyone at no cost. Paytm does not offer a Demat account. In 2017, another company, named Paytm Money, was incorporated to provide online stockbroking, Demat services, and other financial services to millions of Indians.



  2. 2. What are Paytm Money Demat charges?

    Paytm Money does not charge for opening and maintenance of the Demat account with the broker. The company charges Rs 200 for opening a Trading account.

    Paytm Money Demat Charges

    • Paytm Money Demat Account Opening Charges: Rs 0
    • Paytm Money Demat Account AMC Charges: Rs 0 (Free)



  3. 3. What are Paytm Money AMC charges?

    Paytm Money has no AMC charges for maintaining a Demat account with Paytm Money.

    Paytm Money charges Rs 200 for Trading account opening with zero annual maintenance charges. The company does not charge separately for Demat account opening.



  4. 4. Is a Demat account mandatory with Paytm?

    Yes, it is mandatory to open a Demat account with Paytm Money along with a Trading account.

    Thus, even when you have an existing Demat account with another broker, you would still be required to open a Demat account with Paytm Money when you open a Trading account. The opening of both the accounts with one broker allows seamless transactions.



  5. 5. How to close Paytm Money Demat account?

    The Paytm Money account cannot be deleted or closed online. You are required to submit a physical closure form or submit a written request to initiate the closure or temporary suspension of the Paytm Money account.

    Steps to delete/close the Paytm Money account:

    1. Download the Paytm Money account closure form available in the Download Centers from the company website.
    2. Fill in the details like client ID, name, and the reason for the closure.
    3. Submit the duly filled and signed form to the broker head office at the address mentioned on the form.

    Before initiating the closure of the account, ensure to:

    • Clear all your settlement obligations; and
    • Transfer the securities, if any, lying in the Demat account to another Demat account.

    For temporary suspension, you need to submit only a written request to the broker office.



  6. 6. Is Paytm Money CDSL or NSDL?

    Paytm Money has a depository membership only with CDSL.

    Paytm Money CDSL depository participant details:

    • Paytm Money DP DEBI Registration No.: IN-DP-416-2019
    • Paytm Money CDSL DP ID : 12088800



  7. 7. What is Paytm Money TPIN?

    Paytm Money TPIN is a facility offered by Paytm Money for the newly introduced e-DIS verification process by CDSL for selling the stocks.

    TPIN is a six-digit unique pin generated by CDSL that is required to be entered by the investor to authorize the broker to debit the shares from the Demat account in case of sell transactions.

    Earlier, the clients were required to submit a physically signed PoA to the broker before selling the stocks that involved a bit of risk for the investors. TPIN is a secure way of doing Demat transactions wherein the security gets debited only when the client enters the TPIN.



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Information on this page was last updated on Wednesday, July 14, 2021


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