After Uber, Jugnoo Alleges Ola of Using “Unethical Practices”

Jugnoo has alleged that Ola employees have been creating fake accounts over past few days to book and then cancel on Jugnoo’s app, leading not only to loss of revenue but also affecting the auto rickshaw drivers income and bonus on daily basis.
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Just days after Uber dragged Ola to court for malpractices, Jugnoo, an auto booking app, has alleged that Ola used similar malpractices with them as well.

Jugnoo has alleged that Ola employees have been creating fake accounts over past few days to book and then cancel on Jugnoo’s app, leading not only to loss of revenue but also affecting the auto rickshaw drivers income and bonus on daily basis.

“We witnessed this trend almost 10 days back when all of a sudden there was a surge in booking and the cancellation rate was equally high. We started mapping the areas where the bookings were being made from and invariably pointed at places close to Ola’s office premise,”  said Samar Singla, CEO, Jugnoo

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