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Everything you need to know about Mero Share

Everything you need to know about Mero Share

Mero share is a platform developed by CDSC and Clearing House Ltd for easy trading of stocks. By using Mero Share, you can easily sell and buy the stocks you want. You can fill up the IPO listings, buy new shares, mutual funds, debentures and also sell them online without any hassle of paper works.

There was a lot of difficulty in the old days when people used to be in a queue to fill up the shares IPO and FPO and also to buy and sell the secondary shares. But, due to the introduction of Mero Share, all these tiresome tasks have been eradicated and shifted online.

Despite these, Mero Share also offers a lot of services like portfolio view and management, view of history, managing the portfolio, filling up the right share issues, and a lot more.

Here is a detailed 3000+ words long-form article about Mero Share with all new features by Market Renovate that you must read.

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  1. Hello...I have some quarries and to know
    My name is PRADEEP KUMAR ACHARYA
    My User ID is: 00004559 from Trishakti Securities - I have received my CRN No from Sanima Bank from 2 month ago and I already informed to Trishakti Securities and my mero share also updated through same broker office..but my CABSA have not linked or updated why? it makes me very difficult to transaction . please what will be solution? plz inform me as soon as posible...

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  2. Can one DEMAT Account can create two mero share account and use only one of the account

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    1. No, One DeMat acount can have only one Meroshare account.

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  3. If status is showing verify means ipo is allowted

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    1. Verified means, Amount blocking is successful. That means, you have successfully applied for IPO. When IPO is allotted, The status shows "Allotted".

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  4. Can i remove the bank request history from mero share account or not?

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  5. Can i remove bank request history from mero share account or not?

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  6. Hi, I have already applied and allotted 3 IPOs( they have been listed in NEPSE also) but I could not see any shares in my share OR my portfolio tab in mero share. I have renewed Demat acc as well as meroshare account. Do you what is this the case?

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    1. You might have bought as a provident fund holder or local IPO.

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  7. Maile mero share bata apply gareko ani mero bank ko amount pani blok xa kinaki account verified thyo ani share parena molai, matlab unallocated bhayo ani ajhai kina mero amount bank le blok garirakheko hola?

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    1. The amount will be released within a week. It depends upon the banks.

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  8. I had sold a share yesterday but till today evening my purchase source and my holding update button is missing in the dashboard. What to do now??

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  9. I applied for meroshare more than a month ago through civil bank. But still my account is not created and bank says they have sent my request form. How can I contact meroshare officials why my account is not created yet.

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  10. I apply ipo and after 2days it's says disqualified due to duplicate application. actually i didn't understand this .can you please explain this and let me know what should i do.

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    1. That can be an issue caused either because you have applied for odd units, or there might have been another Demat account in your credentials. Please contact the bank once.

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  11. certificate lai dematerialaize gareko meroshare ma aayo but demat pending vanera portfolio pani dekhako xaina kati time lagne hunxa tyasko lagi sir?

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  12. in my portfolio not showing kef nibd2 not showing only show one portfolio what happened other .

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