My Order is getting rejected stating ‘Client not allowed to trade in NSE Equity.’ What do I do now?

My Order is getting rejected stating ‘Client not allowed to trade in NSE Equity.’ What do I do now?

This error occurs when the NSE Equity segment is inactive. Generally, this means that you do not have a Demat account in FYERS. You are required to open a Demat account with us which is absolutely FREE. You can check out this article on how to open a Demat Account in FYERS.


However, if you have recently opened an account with us, this error might occur due to Unique Client Code (UCC) mapping delay from the exchange. In such cases, you must get in touch with us on call at 080-60001111 or via mail at support@fyers.in.


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