Grow app glitch : Customers faced inconvenience due to technical issues in the Grow app, expressing their dissatisfaction on social media
Mumbai, INDIA(DT)- Users of the Grow app encountered issues as the stock market opened on Tuesday morning. On the social media platform X (formerly Twitter), Groww users reported experiencing technical difficulties. Numerous users mentioned being unable to log in to the app.
A user named Bhamar Singh expressed, growapp is crashed today and Ican’t access my demat account and I face almost 16000 INR loose just because service is unavailable #groww
Many attempts failed to contact groww service and no response please don’t use #groww app
Anurag Sharma expressed, “I believe Grow’s servers are down. I can’t log in; is anyone else facing issues?” Amar Singh also shared his concern, stating, “The Grow app is malfunctioning. I cannot log in. This indicates that something is amiss.”
Rishi Shrivastva wrote, “Make ur app more rigid and resilient.serously many times stuck in situations where i was not able to purchase any stock, I had balance on my #Groww wallet but it was showing no amt u hv, Bookmarks disappear many times in a day whereas you have up to date app
Soumojit Ghosh wrote on his twitter/ x Anyone else struggling with
since 9:15AM to till now?? “Something went wrong” seems stuck on repeat. What’s going on? Fix it & let us invest already!. He tag to SEBI and NSE, BSE for #growwdown #LetsTradeagain
“Some Grow users experienced difficulties logging in, while others expressed frustration over being unable to check their balance or execute orders. Additionally, some users shared memes on Twitter/x.”
Groww recently communicated a suspension in its service for investing in US stocks. In a message to its customers, Groww stated that new investments in US stocks would be discontinued after February 27, 2024.
According to NSE data, Groww emerged as India’s leading broker with 76 million active clients in December, surpassing Zerodha’s client base of 67.3 million. Together, these two major brokers command over one-third of the market share. Angel One secures the third position, holding approximately 14.8% of the market share.