Are there any charges levied on cancellation of Trades/Orders?

Are there any charges levied on cancellation of Trades/Orders?

No, there are no charges levied on trade/order cancellation, either through any of the FYERS platform or Call & Trade facility, as all our charges are per executed orders. Therefore, the cancellation of a pending order is free of cost, and by the end of the day, all the pending orders in the system will be cancelled automatically from our end.
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