Do you have a SCB savings account that is integrated with your trading account?
I did, so I was able to do a simple inter account transfer into the USD account. Of course, the rate they used was favorable to them.
I have an esaver account...
Means if I transfer my SGD from esaver to USD settlement account they will automatic help me to convert to USD and deposit to the USD account to buy US share?
Account to be transferred from: E$AVER A/C, xxxxxxxxxxx
Account to be transferred to: FCY SECURITIES SETTLEMENT ACCOUNT, xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Currency and amount: SGD 1.00
Indicative Exchange Rate: 1.239200
Equivalent Amount: USD 0.81
When to be paid: 25/01/2013
I have submitted 2 transfers before. Both times took 5 working days maximum and Free of Charge.
My recent securities transfer has already taken more than 2 working weeks. Gave a call to Customer Service but they were not able to check if there are any records of my submission.
Some RMs are very bitch. I think securities transfer doesn't net them enough commission to perform. So they hack care. There was once this RM actually wrote down my eSaver Account number for the transfer. It's like ... are you that stupid or what. I had a feeling my recent submission was tossed away after I left cos she said leave the rest to me. RM didn't bother to sign, stamp, or date infront of me.
And of all 3 times I made the transfer (at different branches and different RMs), I had never filled the form the same way as before. Each of the RMs insisted that I should fill the form according to what they think it should be. I know it's not the same because I actually took a photo of my 1st transfer submission and do a reference check on all my other subsequent transfers.
Anyway, my CDP account online still state that I am holding onto my shares. I'm not gonna pursue anymore. No professionalism at all those RMs.
Can I check if there is a way to see what is the gain/loss on the stock?
I notice it only show the price I bought and the quantity but doesn't have above information automatically.