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Transfer Your Share Holdings to Bell Direct and Receive up to $300 Free Brokerage until 30 June


Get $300 free brokerage until June 30th when you move to Bell Direct.

All you need to do is:

Step 1: Join Bell Direct and transfer your stocks to your Bell Direct portfolio.

During your application, when you’re asked whether you want to ‘Establish a new HIN’, select ‘No‘, then enter your existing broker holdings details so we can arrange for your holdings to be transferred into your Bell Direct portfolio.

Remember to sign the HIN transfer form at the end of your application (no electronic signatures). Your Bell Direct account details must match your existing HIN details exactly to enable a smooth transfer from your existing broker.

Step 2: When your trading account is open, any trades you complete by COB 30 June 2022 will be eligible towards your $300 of free brokerage.

Your brokerage up to the value of $300 will be refunded at the beginning of the month following the order(s) being executed.

Remember, to access your $300 of free brokerage, you must transfer your holdings to your Bell Direct portfolio.

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  • any trades you complete by COB 30 June 2022 will be eligible towards your $300 of free brokerage

    You might get 2 months to trade up to an accrual of $300 in brokerage.

    ETFs are boring, bruh! It's time to stary day-trading!

  • +2

    Or, you could just get a free buy trade with CMC each day if the trade value is <$1,000, AND their normal trades at $11 / 0.1% are cheaper than Bell at $15 / 0.1%.

    Bell Direct Platform is horrible too, feels like it is from 2009.

  • Don't you usually have to pay a fee to transfer shares too?

    • I transferred holdings and HIN in May 2021 and there was no fee.

      I wouldn't expect there to be one. Maybe back in the 90s? 🤷🏼‍♂️

    • No

  • I tried Bell Direct a few years ago and their user interface was really dated. Not sure if they've improved it since?

    • +1

      Nope hasn't changed. I think they have only recently developed an App.

  • BellDirect is good. At least you can call them and speak to a real person and get it sorted if you have a problem. At other places like ANZ or Selfwealth you are just talking to a bot or someone who has no idea about anything, who will just say "I'll get back to you" and give you the run-around.

    • +1

      No opinion either way on this deal but in my 18 plus years of trading I've never once had to call a broker for anything.

      • I Share your experience.
        22 years and never have I called a broker either.

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