To check what signature you used before to see that the one you do matches exactly with the previous one, go to this link . If it asks for a login, use ‘Login with Zerodha’ and login with your Zerodha credentials.

Select ‘Signature Proof’ from ‘Documents’ dropdown and click ‘Email to me’, as illustrated below -

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Once you do this, you will get the signature you uploaded [as a link in an email] on your registered email ID.

Do check it out and sign exactly like that, as Zerodha guys especially are very strict w.r.t. matching the signature [stricter than a bank I’d say].


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