How can I invest in Lumpsum to buy Mutual Funds?

How can I invest in Lumpsum to buy Mutual Funds?

Investing in lumpsum to buy mutual fund schemes is a simple process.

All you need to do is Go to FYERS Direct > Login using your FYERS credentials> Open the scheme, you're interested to buy > Click on Lumpsum > Enter the amount and you'll be redirected to the BSE website for the payment > You can make the payment in four modes namely:
  1. Direct Pay
  2. One-Time Mandate
  4. UPI
For better understanding, check out the tutorial GIF below:

The above payment mechanism has been incorporated with effect from 1st July 2022. For more details, refer to this notice.
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