Broker hasn’t paid me yet and I bough some shares today

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  1. agni20-20 says

    net settlement ma dekhauxa after couple of days, yedi dekhayena vani kei nagara attinu pardaina, payment receive garesi tirda hunxa. yedi broker le call garihalyo vani paisa haldinu vanera, mero net settlement garna thyo tetai bata gardinu na vandeu ani uni haru le net settlement garera tmro 2k matra bank ma haldinxa

  2. breeze959 says

    Praye broker ko TMS slow cha ekdam, kunai le ta update nai gardainan.

    The best thing is to ask for a broker statement.

  3. ray–king says

    Mro ni same case vathyo esto bela tnharuko ma hamle tirna baki dekhako hudo raix so paisa haldinnan kineko share ko clear gara ani haldinxan

  4. Samurai-ko-nati says

    You don’t need to call them. After a few days, the amount that you are supposed to receive from the sale of shares will show up on that tms dashboard. If you have purchased any shares, that will also show up on that dashboard. Finally, the net amount that you are to receive/pay is going to be mentioned, whoch you can settle at the end. I usually purchase shares with the amount that I am to receive after selling my shares and I pay the remaining amount, once all the informations are mentioned on my tms account.

  5. WatercressGeneral521 says

    Fund settlement option ma net payable amount dekhaucha. Tesma zero cha bhane tirnu pardaina. I do that all the time when I sell and buy the next day with 58. It takes couple hours later after you buy. Check settlement page

  6. Scary-Zebra-4515 says

    Broker le tmro paune paisa bata buy amount katihalxa chinta naleu…ledger ma sabai calculation hunxa

  7. aniyamit_keta says

    Haina hunna bro testo yiniharu le payment garna time lagauchan afai le collateral load garaera tiri hala bro natra fine lagcha. Bidtarai payment aaucha. Berkkar ma 20% ko fine ma parnu bhanda paisa jugad garera pay gari hala share ko

  8. khatrisubash069 says

    It doesn’t matter what your TMS shows.

    You can pay according to your calculations or ask your broker for your statement.

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