Helpline No: 9990799907
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Attention Investors
As Per SEBI guidelines, We at Wellindia do not accept cash from any Person / Investor trading with us.  If any Person / Investor doing cash transactions with any of our Associate / Employee, Wellindia is not responsible for such cash transactions, and the Person / Investor is not authorized to claim any loss / profit from Wellindia for such unauthorized / illegal transactions.  All of our investors are adviced to trade only in their respective client codes, being provided at the time of opening an account. All the payments in such accounts must be made through banks only.   All the contract notes for your trades are being sent to the client's registered mail-id. Please check the same within 24hours of transactions. If you are not receiving the contract notes or if any discrepancy is found please contact our Compilance Officer immediately at 9990799988.

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    Wellindia is an integrated securities firm offering a wide range of services in the arena of Equity, Commodity and Currency trading. Our dedicated efforts and continuous improvement in our services has made us one of the most respected broking house, with a large network of clients & business associates across India. Wellindia is a renowned broking house known for its integrity and honesty in the industry since last 25 Years.

Attention Investors
Prevent unauthorised transactions in your accounts. Update your mobile numbers/email IDs with your Stock Broker and Depository Participants. Receive information about your transactions directly from the Exchanges and Depositories on your mobile/email at the end of the day. Subscribe for SMS alert facility in demat account and receive alerts for all debit and other important transactions directly from the Depository...Issued in the interest of investors. KYC is a one time exercise while dealing in securities markets - once KYC is done through a SEBI registered intermediary (broker, DP, Mutual Fund etc.), you need not undergo the same process again when you approach another intermediary."