Don’ts

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in­ter­me­di­ary with­out fully un­der­stand­ing its terms and con­di­tions. ap­pli­ca­tion against trad­ing mem­ber in the Re­gional Arbitration Cen­tre hav­ing no ju­ris­dic­tion. Use for the pur­pose your ad­dress as in­ti­mated to your trad­ing mem­ber by fol­low­ing due process of law. The Ex­change re­dresses in­vestors’ com­plaints through arbitration and IGRC mech­a­nism wherein arbitration pro­ceed­ing is quasi-ju­di­cial in na­ture. The pe­riod con­sumed in re­dres­sal of com­plaint through IGRC will not be con­sid­ered while mea­sur­ing pe­riod of ‘lim­i­ta­tion’ in fil­ing arbitration ap­pli­ca­tion, pro­vided the com­plaint is filed at the con­cerned Re­gional Arbitration Cen­tre.

in good faith, even from peo­ple whom you know.

re­turns. reg­is­tra­tions from gov­ern­ment agen­cies as the ap­provals could be for cer­tain other pur­poses and not for the se­cu­ri­ties you are buy­ing.

‘tips’.

slip book in the hands of any in­ter­me­di­ary.

in­vest­ment.

your in­vest­ments through post-dated cheques.

and then the ap­pro­pri­ate au­thor­i­ties.

the fi­nan­cial per­for­mance of com­pa­nies in print and elec­tronic me­dia. Ver­ify all the claims made in such ad­ver­tise­ments. de­vel­op­ments, as some of th­ese could be mis­lead­ing.

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