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What are the different types of trading accounts provided by Aliceblue?

As we are the members of NSE, BSE, and MCX, we provide trading accounts for Equity, Currency, and Commodity Segments. Was this helpful? Yes No[...]

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Am I eligible to open a demat and trading account?

Any individual resident of India, HUF NRI, proprietary firm, partnership firm or a company can open a trading and demat account. Was this helpful? Yes No[...]

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How to open a paperless account?

Check out the Online Account Process here. Was this helpful? Yes No[...]

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What does BSDA stand for? What is the procedure to activate my BSDA facility in a Demat account?

BSDA stands for Basic Service Demat Account. The main purpose for the introduction of the BSDA Demat Account was to reduce the maintenance fees for small investors. All the individuals who have or propose to have only one Demat account[...]

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How many banks can I add to my trading account?

You can link only one bank account. But if you want to change your bank account, you can follow the below steps: Step 1: Click on Login on the top right corner of the page. Step 2: Click on “BOT”[...]

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Which banks can I use to transfer funds?

You can transfer funds via any bank. Was this helpful? Yes No[...]

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Can I map my wife’s mobile number to my Trading and Demat account?

No, if the Trading and Demat Accounts are under your name, they cannot be mapped under anybody else’s mobile number.  Was this helpful? Yes No[...]

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I have a Demat account with a different broker, do I still need to provide all the account opening documents to open an account with Aliceblue?

You can call our Customer Support Team and confirm if you are KRA Registered by verifying your PAN details.  If you are KRA registered, you can open your Trading and Demat account with Aliceblue without identity & address proof, provided[...]

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Is nomination mandatory for a Demat account?

Adding a nominee for your demat account is optional.  Was this helpful? Yes No[...]

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