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Greetings from Beeline !!!

How are you doing? Hope you’ve been good.

Time to avail amazing offers !!

Today,  I’m excited to share some special deals,

Let’s start off with some great ones,

For Referrer who help us to get  Clients !!!

  • 1st Prize – Open 45-50 accounts & Get Goa Trip
  • 2nd Prize – Open 25-30 accounts & Get Rs. 5000/- Amazon Voucher
  • 3rd Prize – Open 15-20 accounts & Get Rs. 2000/- Reward Points

“The purpose of a business is to create a customer who creates customers.”

Terms & conditions :

  • The account opening charges for your every registered referral under this scheme will be Lifetime Rs.555/-only for referral client.
  • Referral must open a demat account with minimum of Rs.10000 fund margin.
  • Referrer will get gift as 200 reward points for each account open & will get Life Time (10% + 5%) referral brokerage.
  • This offer is valid for registration received between 6th Dec, 2018 – 13th Dec, 2018 &  KYC form received on or before 23rd Dec, 2018 with all necessary required documents.
  • Referrer must registered referral through Back office app of BBL.
  • This scheme is not applicable to Sub broker’s family code, Employee & Employee’s family code.
  • This scheme is applicable to existing clients of Beeline Broking Ltd
  • Referee should not be immediate family member of the referrer or having same address.
  • Margin money must be received at the time of account opening .
  • In case of any dispute, the decision of Beeline Broking Ltd. (BBL) management will be final and binding.
  • BBL reserves the rights to withdraw or modify this scheme without prior notice.
  • This offer is for limited period & can’t be clubbed with any other offer.
  • All communications regarding referral program will be sent on the client’s registered email id or mobile number.

If required, please update same to avoid any difficulty.

For more inquires call on 9033006912 or Click here for ” LIVE CHAT ” support


Morning Business News Round Up_ Dec 06, 2018

  • RBI to cut SLR gradually to 18% by mid-2019
  • Govt to spend Rs 70,000 cr for gas pipeline network
  • India conducts its first major wind-solar hybrid auction
  • RBI issues draft norms on NRI participation in IRD market
  • ITAT verdict on LTCG case is a setback for IT dept
  • Maruti Suzuki to increase car prices from next month
  • Sebi proposes warehousing norms for non-agri goods
  • Cabinet likely to clear policy to boost exports of agri commodities
  • RBI to bring ‘ombudsman scheme’ to solve digital transaction complaints
  • IOCL’s Rs 31 billion Paradip unit to start production this month
  • Govt to clear fertiliser subsidy arrears of Rs 100 bn by March: Gowda
  • Tyre exports expected to rise 7% to touch $1.85 billion in 2018-19
  • EU asks India to drop mandatory quality testing for steel imports
  • SBI sees GDP growth slipping below 7% in H2
  • NY-based aviation start-up BLADE to start operations in India
  • TVS Srichakra ramps up capacity; plans ₹150-cr capex
  • REC reports ₹ 1,764 crore net profit in Q2
  • Foresight Group plans to buyVLCCs, LNG carriers
  • HUL market cap crosses ₹4 lakh crore mark for the 1st time
  • Cabinet to consider REC stake sale to PFC Thursday
  • FinMin says RBI’s assessment of economy in line with govt’s reading
  • Mahindra starts selling Ford cars in expansion of alliance
  • Supreme Court dismisses CCI’s plea for probe against Airtel, Idea, Vodafone
  • Tiger Global returns to India with Facilio investment
  • RBI to set up panel to look into problems of MSMEs
  • JP Morgan targets mid-sized firms in challenge to European banks
  • Power Grid bags first intra-state project under tariff-based competitive bidding
  • NBFCs’ asset growth to halve to 10% in H2 on liquidity woes, says Crisil report
  • Etihad in talks with banks for Jet Airways rescue
  • Tyres exports to cross Rs 12,000 crore this year
  • Ministry proposes import duty cuts on more EV parts
  • PMI shows strong rise in business activity: Garg
  • Consumer durables to become costlier in coming weeks