Privacy Policy

Gwadar Central prioritizes your privacy and ensures that your rights are protected through our privacy policy. This policy details the types of information that we may gather from you when you visit our website,, as well as the ways in which we collect, utilize, secure and disclose that information.

This policy pertains to the information that we collect electronically via:
Our website
Mobile and desktop applications downloaded from our website
Our advertisements and applications located on third-party websites, which might include links to this policy
Electronic correspondence, including but not limited to email, text and other electronic messages facilitated through our website
This policy does not pertain to information collected by:

Gwadar Central via a third party website
Third parties, including those which may link to our website.
Please familiarize yourself with the details of our privacy policy prior to using our website. It is crucial that you understand the ways in which we safeguard your privacy before you utilize our services. If you do not agree with our policy, we suggest that you do not use our website. When you access our website, you automatically agree to our privacy policy. Gwadar Central reserves the right to alter our privacy policy at any time. Please review our privacy policy frequently to be kept aware of these changes, as your agreement as a website user to the policy does not change when the policy itself is altered.


We at Gwadar Central collect a variety of information from the users of our website, including information:

That is personal, such as your name, contact information, property ID and passport number.
That is about you as an individual, but cannot be used to personally identify you.
Regarding the details of your internet connection, how you access our website and how often you access our website.
We gather this information:

When you provide it to us directly.
When you navigate our site, as it automatically tracks several factors of users including IP address, website usage, and data collected through cookies and other forms of tracking technology.
When it is supplied by third parties, such as our business partners.

We gather the information, which is supplied by our website users may consist of:

Electronic copies of your correspondence with us (i.e. emails) if you contact us.
Information that you supplied when completing forms on our website. This might include information supplied when: registering for our website or newsletter, completing a “contact us” form, entering a contest that we sponsor, reporting an issue with our website or requesting other services.
Your search history on our website.
The details of purchases conducted on our website (, which may include the financial information you provided when making a purchase.
Your responses to questions asked on research surveys, which you may have been asked to take.

We gather this information through tracking technologies that may include:

Web Beacons. Web beacons, also known as clear gifs, pixel tags, and single-pixel gifs, may be featured on our website and emails. This tracking device allows us to count our website users or determine the number of people who have opened our emails, which helps us to estimate the popularity of these services.
Flash cookies. Flash cookies, or locally stored objects, are utilized on some features of our website in order to gather and remember specific information about your user preferences. This technology allows us to tailor our website to your individual needs.
Browser cookies. Browser cookies, otherwise known simply as cookies, are small files that are inserted into the hard drive of your computer. You have the option to decline the use of browser cookies if you do so on your browser settings. However, some parts of our website are only accessible if you have your cookie settings turned on. The default setting on your browser is to allow cookies, so cookies will be used automatically when you access our website.

There are several ways that we utilize the information collected from our users. This information is used to:

Provide you with information regarding our services.
Allow you unhindered access to our website and its contents.
Supply you with updates on your account, such as expiration, billing and renewal notices.
Enforce our contractual rights regarding transactions made between users and ourselves, including issues related to billing and collection.
Enable you to access interactive features on our website.
Update you regarding website and service changes.
Assist you in any other ways specified when you provide the information.
Assist you in any other way, with your consent.
This information may also be employed to contact you regarding services provided by Gwadar Central and third parties that may be relevant to your interests. However, if you do not want to give us permission to use your information to contact you about these services, you can contact us at


We have security measures in place that exist to protect your personal information from loss or unauthorized use. The personal information provided to us, as disclosed in our privacy policy, is kept safe on secure servers enforced with firewalls. We also encrypt all financial transactions using SSL technology.

However, users also play a role in keeping their information safe. Make sure that you keep your website login information secure and confidential. Do not share your password with others, or you run the risk of a security breach.

Additionally, it is important to note that conveying information using the internet is not always secure. While Gwadar Central does our best to guarantee that all user information is secure, we cannot promise that all information transmitted to our website remains private. Any personal information shared on our website is done at the user’s own risk. Gwadar Central is not held responsible for the bypassing of any privacy settings enforced on our website.


We reserve the right to change our privacy policy at any point; however, it is detailed in our policy that we are required to make public any changes that are made. You can access the date that the policy was last revised at the top of the page. It is the responsibility of website users to make themselves aware of any changes made to our privacy policy.


If you have any questions about our privacy policy, you can contact us at


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