Adding funds to my Upstox Account

You can add funds to your Upstox app using Netbanking or UPI. You can also make an NEFT/RTGS transfer using your bank to add funds to your Upstox account.

 

Transfer via Netbanking or UPI

 

You can transfer funds in real-time directly from the Upstox-pro mobile app. Just visit the Balance section on the app which will show you the amount of Funds currently in your Securities and Commodities account respectively.

 

To add funds, click on the ‘Add’ button on the balance page. You can then select the relevant account you want to transfer funds to and the amount you wish to transfer.

 

For Netbanking transfer via Atom/Razorpay select the Netbanking radio button on the app. This costs you Rs. 7 for every transfer you make. After selecting this you will be taken to the bank netbanking website where you will have to enter your credentials to pay.

 

You can also choose UPI for funds transfer which is free of cost. This is however limited to Rs. 1,00,000 transfer in a day. Here you need to enter your UPI ID. You will then receive a payment request on your UPI app which will help you transfer the funds in your Upstox account one you approve it.

 

NEFT/RTGS transfer

 

You can transfer funds using the regular NEFT/RTGS process. You can add the below mentioned bank account to your payee list in your registered bank account. Once you make the NEFT transfer to our bank account you need to email the reference number of the transaction to support@upstox.com. Your funds will be credited to your account within one working day.

The Bank Details for NEFT Transfer are as follows:

For Securities

Bank Name - HDFC Bank

Account Name - RKSV SECURITIES INDIA PVT.LTD.

Account Number -00600340067574

Account Type - Current Account

IFSC Code- HDFC0000060

For Commodities

Bank Name - HDFC Bank

Account Name - RKSV COMMODITIES INDIA PVT.LTD.

Account Number -15770340022236

Account Type - Current Account

IFSC Code- HDFC0000060

Please note that you should be using your registered bank for the NEFT transaction.