Suggestion needed for buying Liquid funds using...

Suggestion needed for buying Liquid funds using Debit Card

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Deal Subedar
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Hi Guys,

Can someone please suggest an app or portal where we can buy Liquid funds using a Debit card.

Thanks in advance.

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Visit Quantum Mutual fund website. There you can buy its Quantum Liquid Fund via any payment method you wish. Very easy and simple. Have been parking my emergency funds there for more than couple of years now. plus1

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You can directly buy it from the fund house portals the only prerequisite is you should have done KYC.
If you want you can check the status of your KYC by entering your PAN in either of the links below:

https://kra.nd...n/
https://camskr...m/
https://www.karvyk...om
https://www.cvlkr...m/
https://www.nsekr...m/

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You can invest in reliance liquid fund through freecharge app.

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Your debit card should be linked to the bank account registered in MF

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onlyrocky wrote:

You can directly buy it from the fund house portals the only prerequisite is you should have done KYC.
If you want you can check the status of your KYC by entering your PAN in either of the links below:

https://kra.nd...n/
https://camskr...m/
https://www.karvyk...om
https://www.cvlkr...m/
https://www.nsekr...m/

Thanks bro.. Will try.. I’ve a Demat account from Zeroda.. So KYC should not be a problem.

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BubbleBoyChickenLittle wrote:

Visit Quantum Mutual fund website. There you can buy its Quantum Liquid Fund via any payment method you wish. Very easy and simple. Have been parking my emergency funds there for more than couple of years now. plus1

Thanks bro.. I’ll give it a try.
Hope for DC there wont be any additional charges…

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@tnv Also bro, be wary of what LF you buy. These fund managers are being so reckless these days. Just look into the portfolio once what it’s holding. I’d strongly suggest you go for that which holds Sovereign secs maximum in its pf. LFs are for a purpose – A little more earning than a SB but with 101% Risk free profile.

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