Do I have to pay any fees/ will I be charged for Investing through monetonic.com?

monetonic.com is a free platform which helps you to invest. We do not charge any fees. We receive commission from the Mutual Fund Houses based on the investments that are done through us. Please see the Disclosures Page to better understand our commission structures.

What is the procedure to recover a forgotten password?

Click on the ‘Forgot Password’ option on the Login page and answer the security question to reset your password.

How can I change my Registered Mobile Number?

Registered users can change their mobile number from “Edit Profile”. An OTP will be sent to the new number in order to be updated.

How can I change my Registered Email?

Your registered Email cannot be changed. However, registered users can add another email ID to receive all email communication from Monetonic. This can be done from “Edit Profile”. An OTP will be sent to the Communication Email in order to be updated.

Can I add multiple Banks to my account?

Users can add a maximum of 3 Bank Accounts. You can chose the desired bank before confirming any investments.

How can I add a joint holder or nominee to my account?

At the time of registration, you can add one joint holder and/or one nominee to your account. These cannot be changed at a later date.

What is the maximum number of joint holders or nominees I can add to my account?

Each account can have only one joint holder and one nominee. These can be decided at the time of registration and cannot be changed at a later date.

How can I contact you?

To get in touch with us, you can either email us or visit us at our office.

Email: contact@monetonic.com

Address: Ramkunj Co-op Hsg. Society, R. K. Vaidya Road, Dadar (W),  Mumbai – 400028 Maharashtra, India.

Are my documents required to start investing on the monetonic.com website?

Yes, your documents are necessary for investing through the monetonic.com website. Your account with monetonic.com will only be activated once your documents have been verified by our registrars.

From where can I download the forms?

To download the forms, please click here

How long will the process of document registration take?

If no discrepancies are found, the validation of KYC documents takes 2 business days and that of the NACH mandate takes between 10-15 business days.

Do you offer pick up services to collect documents?

Pick up services for your downloaded and completed forms and appropriate documents are available. To schedule a pick up day and time, email us at contact@monetonic.com . One working day TAT is applicable on pick up services. You can also have your documents couriered to our Mumbai Office. Address: Ramkunj Co-op Hsg. Society, R. K. Vaidya Road, Dadar (W),  Mumbai – 400028 Maharashtra, India.

Why do I need to give a cancelled cheque as part of my registration process?

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) regulations require us to verify that the bank account used for investment actually belongs to you i.e. the person making the investment. They also prohibit Third Party transactions. Hence, a cancelled cheque in original with your name printed on it needs to be submitted during the registration process. If your name is not printed on the cheque, please attach a bank statement not older than 3 months (self-attested).

What is KYC?

“Know Your Customer” or KYC is a term commonly used for the Customer Identification Process. Prescribed by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), KYC norms for Financial Institutions and Financial Intermediaries including Mutual Funds are put in place to ‘know’ one’s clients. This would be in the form of verification of identity and address, financial status, occupation and other such demographic information. With effect from 1st January 2012, all categories of investors, irrespective of amount of investments in Mutual Funds are required to comply with KYC for carrying out any transactions in Mutual Funds. Thus, any investor (all applicants in a folio) investing into mutual funds would be required to be KYC compliant by any KYC Rating Agency (CVL, NSE, NSDL, CAMS or KARVY) without which the transactions may be liable to be rejected by the respective Mutual Fund houses. KYC norms are mandatory for ALL applicants/investors (including existing investors and joint holders) while investing with any SEBI registered Mutual Fund, irrespective of the amount of investment. This one-time verification is valid for transactions across all mutual funds.

What is FATCA?

FATCA (short for Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act) is a regulation created by the US Government to curb tax evasion by US citizens. Under this regulation, assets held by US citizens in other countries now have to be reported to the US government.

I am not a US Citizen, why do I have to provide FATCA information?

As a result of India signing a reciprocal agreement with the US government to share information acquired through the FATCA of each other’s citizens, all financial institutions (such as Mutual Funds) have to identify the citizenship and tax status of investors and provide necessary information to the government.

How do I declare FATCA information?

Declaration is done by filling the FATCA form as a part of the Investor Details Page while registering on the monetonic.com website.

What is NACH Mandate?

The NACH Mandate is like a Bank Mandate that you provide your Bank with. It authorizes them to transfer the Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) amount planned by you directly to the Mutual Fund House.

Does my Bank levy any charges to register my mandate?

Your bank may charge a nominal, one time fee to register the mandate.

Which banks can I make transactions from?

For both SIP and Lumpsum transactions, check the list below to know our Partner Banks

  1. Abhyudaya Co-operative Bank Limited
  2. Allahabad Bank
  3. Andhra Bank
  4. Axis Bank
  5. Bandhan Bank Limited
  6. Bank of Bahrain and Kuwait
  7. Bank of Baroda
  8. Bank of India
  9. Bank of Maharashtra
  10. Bassein Catholic Co-operative Bank
  11. Bharatiya Mahila Bank Limited
  12. Canara Bank
  13. Catholic Syrian Bank Limited
  14. Central Bank of India
  15. Citi Bank
  16. City Union Bank Limited
  17. Corporation Bank Limited
  18. DCB Bank Limited
  19. Dena Bank
  20. Deutsche Bank
  21. Dhanalakshmi Bank
  22. Federal Bank
  23. HDFC Bank
  24. HSBC
  25. ICICI Bank Limited
  26. IDBI Bank
  27. IDFC Bank
  28. Indian Bank
  29. Indian Overseas Bank
  30. Indusind Bank
  31. ING Vysya Bank
  32. Jammu and Kashmir Bank Limited
  33. Janata Sahakari Bank Limited
  34. Kalyan Janata Sahakari Bank
  35. Karnataka Bank Limited
  36. Karur Vysya Bank
  37. Kotak Mahindra Bank Limited
  38. Laxmi Vilas Bank
  39. NKGSB Co-operative Bank Limited
  40. Oriental Bank of Commerce
  41. Punjab and Maharashtra Co-operative Bank
  42. Punjab and Sind Bank
  43. Punjab National Bank
  44. RBL Bank Limited
  45. Saraswat Co-operative Bank Limited
  46. South Indian Bank
  47. Standard Chartered Bank
  48. State Bank of Bikaner and Jaipur
  49. State Bank of Hyderabad
  50. State Bank of India
  51. State Bank of Mysore
  52. State Bank of Patiala
  53. State Bank of Trivancore
  54. Syndicate Bank
  55. Tamilnad Mercantile Bank
  56. The Cosmos Co-operative Bank Limited
  57. The Mehsana Urban Co-operative Bank
  58. The Shamrao Vithal Co-operative Bank
  59. The Tamil Nadu State Apex Co-operative Bank
  60. TJSB Sahakari Bank Limited
  61. UCO Bank
  62. Union Bank of India
  63. United Bank of India
  64. Vijaya Bank
  65. Yes Bank

What is the minimun amount of investment required ? Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) /Lumpsum

The minimum amounts that can be invested in a scheme is a SIP of Rs. 1000 or a Lumpsum of Rs. 5000. All information regarding the minimum investment is mentioned in the scheme information documents.

What is cut-off time? How does it work?

The cut-off time for initiating different investment transactions is:

  1. 2 PM on business days for all non-liquid fund transactions of values less than Rs. 2 lakhs (in a single scheme) to be processed with the same day’s Net Asset Value (NAV).
  2. 1 PM for liquid funds (of any amount) and non-liquid fund transactions greater than or equal to Rs. 2 lakhs (in a single scheme on a single day) for the same day’s NAV to be applicable.
  3. 1:45 PM for non-payment gateway transactions (NEFT) for same day execution to be applicable. That is, transactions for which the transfer details are updated at HappnessFactory.in on a business day before 1:45 PM will be executed within the same business day; with those completed after the cut off time being executed on the next business day.
  4. In accordance with the guidelines set by The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) for processing transactions (SEBI Circular No. CIR/IMD/DF/21/2012) of more than Rs. 2 lakhs, the transfer of money to the Asset Management Company’s (AMC) bank account has to be completed by 3 PM to be applicable for the same day’s NAV. Funds will be remitted to the AMC’s bank account before 3 PM (on best effort basis) to get the same day’s NAV. In case the money reaches the bank account after 3 PM due to inter-bank transfer delays, the NAV of the next business day will be allotted.
  5. 2 PM on business days for redemption on the same day, with that day’s NAV. The money will be credited into your account as per the following schedule; Equity funds 3 business days and Liquid funds- 1 business day.

My investments cannot be seen in the cart. What should I do next?

You might not be able to see your investments because you may not have confirmed your order. Once the investment is funded and reverse data is available, the investments will be visible on your My Investments tab. It may take between 2-5 days for reverse data to be available.

How do I verify that my Mutual Fund investments have been executed?

Upon successful completion of the purchase transaction, those transactions will reflect on your Monetonic.com “My Investments” tab. Additionally, you may contact the help desk of the Asset Management Company (AMC) with your registered mobile number or email address for an account statement which will confirm your transactions.

What if I have insufficient bank balance on the debit date?

Failure to pay an installment will not result in any charges or penalties from monetonic.com or your Asset Management Company (AMC). However, your bank may charge for failed mandate payments.

How can I start a Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) transaction?

You can plan your Goals and SIP on the My Goals section of the monetonic.com website. Upon receiving your pre-filled forms with the necessary documents, we will set up the SIP mandate with both, the Mutual Fund House and your Bank. This will enable SIPs to automatically be remitted to the Mutual Fund Houses by your bank as per the SIP dates planned by you.

Can the SIP amount be reduced? If yes, how can it be done?

In order to reduce the SIP amount, you need to stop your current SIP cycle and start a new cycle, mentioning the reduced amount.

Where can I view my transaction report?

Transactions made within the past year can be viewed through the Transation Report. This report can be downloaded at the bottom of the “My Investments” page.

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Disclaimer : Monetonic Financial Services Pvt. Ltd. is a mutual fund distribution company. MFSPL does not provide financial planning or investment advice. MFSPL or any of its associates and/or employees provide only incidental advice based on product suitability assessments and should not be construed as financial planning or investment advice. As per the AMFI code of conduct we keep our investor's interest and suitability to their financial needs as paramount and that extra commission or incentive never form the basis for recommending a scheme or product to the investor. As a distributor, MFSPL is compensated by AMCs and by other product companies that it distributes. MFSPL does not charge any separate fees. Any staff who has cleared the Certified Financial Planner course offered by FPSB India is authorized to use the CFP mark as per the rules. The CFPCM qualification in email signatures or visiting cards must not be understood as an offer of financial planning advice.


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