At, accessible from, one of our main priorities is the privacy of our visitors. This Privacy Policy document contains types of information that is collected and recorded by and how we use it.

Sharing the ID and password of the User’s ID of the company is strictly prohibited and may result in legal consequences. The company does not assume any liability for any misuse, mishandling or sharing of the User’s ID and password.

It is the responsibility of the User to keep their login information confidential and secure at all times. Any unauthorized access or use of the User’s account is solely the responsibility of the User and the company will not be held liable for any damages or losses resulting from such actions.

Therefore, we strongly advise all Users to take necessary measures to ensure the safety and security of their account information. In case of any suspicious activity, it is recommended to contact the company immediately for assistance.

By accessing and using the User’s ID and password, the User acknowledges and agrees to the terms and conditions set forth in this disclaimer.

If you have additional questions or require more information about our Privacy Policy, do not hesitate to contact us.

This Privacy Policy applies only to our online activities and is valid for visitors to our website with regards to the information that they shared and/or collect in This policy is not applicable to any information collected offline or via channels other than this website.


By using our website, you hereby consent to our Privacy Policy and agree to its terms.
Information we collect

The personal information that you are asked to provide, and the reasons why you are asked to provide it, will be made clear to you at the point we ask you to provide your personal information.

If you contact us directly, we may receive additional information about you such as your name, email address, phone number, the contents of the message and/or attachments you may send us, and any other information you may choose to provide.

When you register for an Account, we may ask for your contact information, including items such as name, company name, address, email address, and telephone number.

How we use your information

We use the information we collect in various ways, including to: Provide, operate, and maintain our website, Improve, personalize, and expand our website Understand and analyse how you use our website Develop new products, services, features, and functionality Communicate with you, either directly or through one of our partners, including for customer service, to provide you with updates and other information relating to the website, and for marketing and promotional purposes Send you emails Find and prevent fraud

Log Files follows a standard procedure of using log files. These files log visitors when they visit websites. All hosting companies do this and a part of hosting services’ analytics. The information collected by log files include internet protocol (IP) addresses, browser type, Internet Service Provider (ISP), date and time stamp, referring/exit pages, and possibly the number of clicks. These are not linked to any information that is personally identifiable. The purpose of the information is for analyzing trends, administering the site, tracking users’ movement on the website, and gathering demographic information. Our Privacy Policy was created with the help of the Privacy Policy Generator and the Disclaimer Generator.

Cookies and Web Beacons

Like any other website, uses ‘cookies’. These cookies are used to store information including visitors’ preferences, and the pages on the website that the visitor accessed or visited. The information is used to optimize the users’ experience by customizing our web page content based on visitors’ browser type and/or other information.

For more general information on cookies, please read “What Are Cookies”.
Advertising Partners Privacy Policies

You may consult this list to find the Privacy Policy for each of the advertising partners of

Third-party ad servers or ad networks uses technologies like cookies, JavaScript, or Web Beacons that are used in their respective advertisements and links that appear on, which are sent directly to users’ browser. They automatically receive your IP address when this occurs. These technologies are used to measure the effectiveness of their advertising campaigns and/or to personalize the advertising content that you see on websites that you visit.

Note that has no access to or control over these cookies that are used by third-party advertisers.

Third Party Privacy Policies’s Privacy Policy does not apply to other advertisers or websites. Thus, we are advising you to consult the respective Privacy Policies of these third-party ad servers for more detailed information. It may include their practices and instructions about how to opt-out of certain options.

You can choose to disable cookies through your individual browser options. To know more detailed information about cookie management with specific web browsers, it can be found at the browsers’ respective websites.


Protection of data under The Consumer Protection Act, 2019 and Consumer Protection (E-Commerce) Rules, 2020, India

To strengthen protection of consumers on e-commerce and direct market space, The Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution, Government of India notified The (New) Consumer Protection Act, 2019 (‘Act’) and the Consumer Protection (E-Commerce) Rules, 2020 (‘Rules’) . These legislative changes came into force on July 20, 2020 and July 24, 2020, respectively.

Specifically, the Rules mandate the e-commerce entities to provide all details of the product and the seller and mandates appointment of grievance officer for consumer grievance redressal and acknowledgment of consumer complaint within forty-eight hours. In addition to well-defined provisions to empower the consumers, the Act and the Rules provide teeth to enforcement agencies to take quick and effective actions against illicit trade. The (old) Consumer Protection Act, 1986 provided for a three-tier consumer dispute redressal machinery at the National, State and District levels. However, the new Act, additionally, requires the central government to set up a Central Consumer Protection Authority (CCPA) and investigation wing thereunder. The Central Consumer Protection Authority will have the power to investigate and to search and seize evidence of violation under the Act. The Act also makes certain grave offences cognisable and non-bailable offence.

Salient features of the provisions:

1) Definitions:

“consumer” means any person who “buys any goods” and “hires any services” includes offline or online transactions through electronic means or by teleshopping or direct selling or multi-level marketing.

“e-commerce” which means buying or selling of goods or services including digital products over digital or electronic network. The e-commerce entities include both Indian and Foreign company.

“product liability” the responsibility of a product manufacturer or product seller of any product or service to compensate for any harm caused to a consumer due to defective product manufactured, sold or deficiency in services relating thereto.

“spurious goods” means such goods which are falsely claimed to be genuine.

2)  Rights of the consumer includes-

(i)be protected against the marketing of goods, products or services which are hazardous to life and property.

(ii)be informed about the quality, quantity, potency, purity, standard and price of goods, products or services.

(iii)be assured, wherever possible, access to a variety of goods, products or services at competitive prices.

(iv)be heard and to be assured that consumers’ interests will receive due consideration at appropriate fora.

(v)seek redressal against unfair trade practice or restrictive trade practices or unscrupulous exploitation of consumers; and

(vi)consumer awareness.

3) Applicability:

(i) to all goods and services bought or sold over digital or electronic network including digital products (ii) all models of e-commerce, including marketplace and inventory models of e-commerce (iii) all e-commerce retail, including multi-channel single brand retailers and single brand retailers in single or multiple formats and (iv) all forms of unfair trade practices across all models of e-commerce. The Rules shall not apply to any activity of a natural person carried out in a personal capacity not being part of any professional or commercial activity undertaken on a regular or systematic basis.

4) Duties and liabilities of the e-commerce entities and sellers:

(i) The Rules mandate every e-commerce entity to provide details about the sellers supplying the goods and services. These details are inclusive of identity of the business, legal name, principal geographic address, name of website, E-mail address, contact details, clarification of their business identity and the types of the products they sell, contact details of the sellers.

(ii) Where an e-commerce entity offers imported goods for sale, it shall mention the name and details of any importer from whom it has purchased such goods or services, or who may be a seller on its platform. This information will make it easy to track down entities who are dealing in spurious goods.

(iii) e-commerce entities to appoint a nodal person of contact or an alternate senior designated functionary who is resident in India, to ensure compliance with the provisions of the Act or the Rules made thereunder.

(iv) grievance officer must acknowledge receipt of any consumer complaint within forty-eight hours and redress the complaint within one month from the date of the complaint. A marketplace e-commerce entity which seeks to avail the exemption from liability under sub-section (1) of section 79 of the Information Technology Act, 2000 (i.e. Safe Harbour) will have to comply with sub-sections (2) and (3) of that section, including the provisions of the Information Technology (Intermediary Guidelines) Rules, 2011.

(v) Every marketplace e-commerce entity shall take reasonable efforts to maintain a record of relevant information allowing for the identification of all sellers who have repeatedly offered goods or services that have previously been removed or access to which has previously been disabled under the Copyright Act, 1957 (14 of 1957), the Trade Marks Act, 1999 (47 of 1999) or the Information Technology Act, 2000 (21 of 2000).

(vi) No seller offering goods or services through a marketplace e-commerce entity shall refuse to take back goods, or withdraw or discontinue services purchased or agreed to be purchased, or refuse to refund consideration, if paid, if such goods or services are defective, deficient or spurious.

5) Central Consumer Protection Authority (CCPA) – For the first time, the central government established CCPA e.f. July 29, 2020.[2] . It will be governed by the Consumer Protection (Central Consumer Protection Council) Rules, 2020.

(i) CCPA’s objective is to promote, protect, and enforce the rights of consumers.  It will regulate matters related to violation of consumer rights, unfair trade practices, and misleading advertisements.

(ii) It will be headquartered in the National Capital Region of Delhi and it will regional offices in other parts of the country as the Central Government may decide. It will have a Chief Commissioner as head, and only two other commissioners as members — one of whom will deal with matters relating to goods while the other will look into cases relating to services.

(iii) CCPA will have an Investigation Wing that will be headed by a Director General. CCPA can inquire or cause an inquiry or investigation to be made into violations, either suo motu or on a complaint received or on a direction from Central Government.

(iv) For the purpose of the conducting an investigation, the Director-General or any other officer authorised by him, shall have the power to enter any premises to search and seize document, record, article or such evidence. If CCPA is satisfied on the basis of investigation of the violation of consumer rights, it may pass any such orders as may be necessary, including recalling of goods, reimbursement of the prices to the purchaser.

(v) It is interesting to note that the CCPA will have the power to impose penalty on a manufacturer or an endorser of up to Rs 10 lakh and imprisonment for up to two years for a false or misleading advertisement.  In case of a subsequent offense, the fine may extend to Rs 50 lakh and imprisonment of up to five years.

6) Punishment for manufacturing for sale or for storing or selling or distributing or importing spurious goods. Whoever, by himself or by any other person on his behalf, manufactures for sale or stores or sells or distributes or imports any spurious goods shall be punished, if such act –

(i) causing injury not amounting to grievous hurt to the consumer, with imprisonment for a term which may extend to one year and with fine which may extend to three lakh rupees.

(ii) causing injury resulting in grievous hurt to the consumer, with imprisonment for a term which may extend to seven years and with fine which may extend to five lakh rupees.

(iii) results in the death of a consumer, with imprisonment for a term which shall not be less than seven years but may extend to imprisonment for life and with fine which shall not be less than ten lakh rupees.

(iv) The offences under (ii) and (iii.) above shall be cognizable and non-bailable.

(v) the court may, in case of first conviction, suspend any licence issued to the person referred to in the complaint for a period up to two years, and in case of second or subsequent conviction, cancel the licence.