Booking With… Wait!

I don’t really bother reading “Privacy Policy” on websites before purchasing stuff. But when it comes to Indian Websites, i advice everyone to go thought the fine line.

Below is a cut & paste of the privacy policy i read on To know just how much “Cleartrip is fanatical about protecting your privacy” , please read the bottom para of the quote.

Cleartrip is fanatical about protecting your privacy

By accessing this Site, certain information about you, such as Internet protocol (IP) addresses, navigation through the Site, the systems and programs used and the time spent, along with other similar information, may be stored on our servers.

Such stored information may not specifically identify you. Please be informed that the same may be used by us for web site traffic analysis or for such other purposes as we may deem appropriate.

If you provide unique identifying information, such as name, address and other information to us, such information may be used for statistical and/or other purposes.

Any personally identifiable information you submit while booking with Cleartrip will ONLY be disclosed to travel suppliers who are linked to your bookings. We will not disclose, sell, share or in any way reveal your information to any other third party.

We assume no responsibility for the security of this information and shall not be held liable or responsible to bear or pay any monies to any person whatsoever from our usage of the information made available to us on this Site.

4 Responses to “Booking With… Wait!”

  1. Cribber,

    Thanks for bringing this to our notice. In running a large and fast growing business, stuff like this sometimes falls through the cracks.

    We’ve changed our policy to make it friendlier and more respectful. Customers first, even if that means turning up our noses at our lawyer’s advice.


  2. Hrush, Thanks for updating cleartrip’s privacy policy to make it more customer friendly. Your efforts are commendable and I wish you all the best with

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