Why does my recently transferred shares to FYERS Demat A/c show the Buy Average as Zero?

Why does my recently transferred shares to FYERS Demat A/c show the Buy Average as Zero?

The shares transferred from other Demat to FYERS shows the Buy average price as zero as the shares were not bought in FYERS and the price of purchase will also not be available. Hence, you’re required to send the Statement Of Accounts (SOA) to support@fyers.in. The same will be updated in 24-48 working hours.
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