FAQ About Ooty Tour

Post your Ad

Look for the Post an Ad button on our app or site and select the category to indicate what type of product you wish to sell. Fill in the details, upload pictures of the product and click POST. Didn’t we tell you it would be easy?

Ooty Dreams allows you to Make an Offer against a product you like. Once this is done, you officially begin a negotiation with the seller who can choose to accept your offer or counter it. If both parties are satisfied, you can proceed to make a payment which is held safely in our escrow account and released only after the product is delivered to you. We encourage you to always check the condition of the product once received.

All payments are routed through our escrow account. Once the buyer pays the agreed amount, we will notify you via your registered email id and mobile number. This amount will get credited to your bank account once the product has been delivered to the buyer.

Hotel Booking

You will receive an SMS and email on confirmation of your hotel booking

There is no need to confirm your reservation. If you still feel you would like to verify that your reservation was made, you can do so by writing to our Customer Support Team or by contacting our customer services team.

Ooty Dreams does not charge any Ooty Dreams fee for hotel cancellation. However, the hotel concerned might charge a fee for cancellation. You can either check on your hotel voucher or call our call center for details.

Payment Options

Currently we accept payments using credit cards and direct bank debits.

Ooty Dreams is a VeriSign Secure Site. Any information you enter when transacting over Ooty Dreams is sent in a Secure Socket Layer (SSL) session and is encrypted to protect you against unintentional information disclosure to third parties. You will notice that when you move from the passenger information page to the payment page, the url changes from http:// to https://. This shows that you are now on a secure channel.

The Security Code is an important new security feature established by credit card companies in an attempt to further reduce the risk of Internet fraud. This number never appears on sales receipts or billing statements and it is only found on the card itself. The cardholder is required to enter the code number at the time of the transaction to verify that the card is in their possession.