How to get IPO allotment for SURE ?

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One of the popular way (not sure shot but it increases the chances) used by many people is by applying 1 application from multiple accounts on family members name.

So for example if you have 6 member in family, open 6 demat account and apply 1 lot from each on of them. You could use the same bank account.

Its important to choose the broker who offers Rs 0 AMC for demat account else you will end up paying between Rs 300 to Rs 900 per year for each account.

ProStock is one of the broker who offers zero amc demat account with zero account opening fee.

This simply increases the chance of getting allotment. We have seen people applying using 20+ demat accounts (family members name).

Note that one and only one application can be applied on an individual name (unique PAN Number) to avoid rejection.
 

Logik

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#8
One of the popular way (not sure shot but it increases the chances) used by many people is by applying 1 application from multiple accounts on family members name.

So for example if you have 6 member in family, open 6 demat account and apply 1 lot from each on of them. You could use the same bank account.

Its important to choose the broker who offers Rs 0 AMC for demat account else you will end up paying between Rs 300 to Rs 900 per year for each account.

ProStock is one of the broker who offers zero amc demat account with zero account opening fee.

This simply increases the chance of getting allotment. We have seen people applying using 20+ demat accounts (family members name).

Note that one and only one application can be applied on an individual name (unique PAN Number) to avoid rejection.
Just FYI, prostocks retains 1K refundable deposit for account opening. Deposit refunded only when account is closed

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