Privacy Policy

Last updated October 19, 2023

The use of the site is subject to Og’s Privacy Policy. You consent to the collection, use and disclosure of your information as described in this privacy policy. This policy reflects Og current business practices and is subject to change and update. In the event of any such change or update, a revised policy will be posted on the Website, with the last date of update.


Og places cookies on your computer when you visit our websites. You can determine the extent to which cookies are enabled or disabled by means of settings on your computer. Og assumes that you agree to cookies being placed on your computer if your browser is set to allow them.

Sharing of Personal Information 

Except as outlined on the Web Sites, Og never provides the Personal Information to third parties without a User’s consent. 

Og may also disclose Personal Information in special cases when we have reason to believe that disclosing this information is necessary to identify, contact or bring legal action against someone who may be violating the Web Site’s Terms of Use or may be violating.

Og may also disclose or give access to Personal Information when we believe in good faith that the law requires it.

Og only collects Personal Information to the extent deemed necessary to serve its legitimate business purposes, and it uses appropriate security technology to ensure the security, integrity, and privacy of all Personal Information as it deems appropriate.

Scam and fraud alert

At Og, we take protecting our customers’ sensitive information seriously and are constantly monitoring our information and data to prevent fraudulent or suspicious behavior. Please be aware of and avoid fraudulent communications purporting to be on behalf of Og.

Attempts have been made to defraud Internet shoppers by the unauthorized use of the Og name and brand via email communications and graphics which appear, on the surface, to have originated from Og.Please be advised that Og does not request payment in this manner. Og only collects money due for official Og-related services.

The security of your personal information is important to us. At Og, we recognize industry standards and employ appropriate administrative, technical, and physical security safeguards to protect the personal information you provide against accidental, unlawful, or unauthorized destruction, loss, alteration, access, disclosure, use, and other unlawful forms of processing. We continually invest in the latest world-class technologies to minimize all potential risks for the benefit of our customers, and we remain committed to ensuring we meet the most stringent security requirements and fostering a security culture within our organization. 

Our corporate website and mobile App use several security techniques including secure servers. All your personal information, including your credit card details, is encrypted before leaving your browser or device. Our payment platform has also been certified for compliance with payment card and data security industry standards.

Og will keep these measures under review and enhance them from time to time as necessary. It is important for you to protect against unauthorized access to your login information, including your password. Please note that no method of transmission over the Internet, or method of electronic storage, is 100% secure. Therefore, Og cannot guarantee the absolute security of your personal information.

Types of Fraud

Fraudulent Emails and Email Scams: These are the most common online scams. Such emails attempt to trick you by pretending to come from a reputable source, such as from Og. They will try to get you to share sensitive personal, account information or send a payment. They may also ask you to enroll in winning a prize or entering a competition. We urge customers to be suspicious of any request not coming directly from Og.

Identity Theft: This occurs when someone tricks you into disclosing/providing personal, financial, or account information. Posing as well-known companies, information thieves usually send out e-mails or contact you by telephone asking you to reply or direct you to a fraudulent web page that asks you to provide personal information, such as your credit card number or account password, or even your Og credentials.

Credit Card Fraud: In some instances, credit card fraud occurs when someone’s physical credit card is lost or stolen by another party who uses it. Credit card fraud is driven primarily by the compromise of credit card account data during their normal course of usage. Stolen credit card data is often used to attempt fraudulent online purchases.

Spam and Viruses: In our industry, customers usually receive an email suggesting that Aramex is attempting to deliver a package and request that you open the email attachment to prompt the delivery. This attachment may be a computer virus. Unless you are expecting to receive an email like this, please do not open the attachment and report it to the Customer Care Center at