Cookie Policy

At Company, the privacy and security of your personal data are among our top priorities. In this context, we aim to inform you about your personal data to fulfill our obligation to provide information. (Personal data refers to any information that makes your identity specific or identifiable.)

You can contact the data controller using the following channels:

Address: Barbaros Boulevard, Balmumcu Neighborhood, No:26, Apt:8, Beşiktaş/Istanbul

Phone: +90 551 018 22 64


The website, owned by the Company, uses cookies.

This Cookie Policy aims to inform you about the processing of personal data obtained automatically through the placement of cookies on your terminal devices on our website, the purposes for which we use these cookies, and how you can manage these cookies.

In this Cookie Policy, the cookies used to provide a better service to visitors and to create a functional online environment on the website are explained to visitors, detailing how personal data obtained in accordance with international data protection laws are processed, and the legal rights and authorities of the user.

What is a Cookie?

A cookie is a small text file, typically consisting of letters and numbers, stored on the hard drive or in the browser folder when a website is visited. The purpose of using cookies is to provide a faster and more functional service on the company website. Cookies serve the activity of offering a personalized online environment to the website visitor. All our visitors and users have the right to accept or reject cookies used on the website, to set and change cookie preferences. Additionally, visitors and users have the right to request the deletion and destruction of existing cookies from the Company.

Types of Cookies

Cookies can be classified into three categories based on their purposes, durations, and sources.

  1. Cookies by Purpose

In this classification based on the purpose of use, the types of cookies explained include strictly necessary cookies, preference cookies, statistics cookies, and marketing cookies.

  1. Strictly Necessary Cookies

Strictly necessary cookies are used for features such as navigating the website and accessing secure areas of the site. For example, in e-commerce stores, to complete an online purchase, the selected items need to be retained for the next step. Cookies that allow items to be kept in the shopping cart on e-commerce sites are examples of strictly necessary cookies. These are generally first-party session cookies. Although consent is not required for these cookies, the reason for their use and their necessity should be explained to the user.

  1. Preference Cookies

These cookies remember the choices made in the past on the website (e.g., username, password, preferred language). Preference cookies, which enable automatic login to the website, are also known as functional cookies.

  1. Statistics Cookies

Also known as performance cookies, statistics cookies provide anonymous, statistical data regarding the use of the website. These cookies can store information such as how the user interacts with the website, the pages visited, and the links clicked. Anonymized statistics cookies are not used to identify website users. The purpose of these cookies is to make the website more functional.

  1. Marketing Cookies

Marketing cookies are used by advertisers to deliver advertisements based on the user’s interests. The statistical data of the ads encountered by the website user, along with the data obtained via marketing cookies, can be shared with other organizations or advertisers. These are cookies that can be stored permanently.

  1. Cookies by Duration

Cookies can be classified into session cookies and persistent cookies based on the duration for which the data is retained. The difference between session cookies and persistent cookies is that session cookies provide temporary, real-time data.

  1. Session Cookies

Session cookies provide data that can be stored until the user closes the browser or the session ends. These are short-term cookies.

  1. Persistent Cookies

Persistent cookies remain on the drive until the user deletes them or until their specified expiration date. The codes of persistent cookies include variable, written expiration dates. According to the E-Privacy Directive, persistent cookies should not last longer than 12 months.

  1. Cookies by Source

This classification is based on the source from which the cookie is placed on the device.

  1. First-Party Cookies

These are cookies placed on the device directly by the website being visited.

  1. Third-Party Cookies

These are cookies placed on the device by a third party, such as an advertiser or an analytics system, rather than directly by the website being visited.

Cookie Name


Retention Period


Used by Facebook to deliver a series of advertisement products such as real-time bidding from third-party advertisers after visiting the website.

3 months


Installed by Google Analytics, the _ga cookie calculates visitor, session, and campaign data and also tracks site usage for the site’s analytics report. It stores information anonymously and assigns a randomly generated number to recognize unique visitors.

35 days


Provided by Google Tag Manager to experiment advertisement efficiency of websites using their services.

3 months


Installed by Google Analytics, the _gid cookie stores information on how visitors use a website while also creating an analytics report of the website’s performance. Some of the data collected includes the number of visitors, their source, and the pages they visit anonymously.

1 day


Used to better track where users click and navigate on the site.

1 year 1 week


Automatically added by Google.

1 month 1 week


Automatically added by Google.

1 hour


Required (cookie used for login purposes).

1 month


Used to determine which campaign the user first utilized and which ads were used to visit the site.

1 year


Used to determine which campaign or advertisement the user last utilized upon the last entry.

1 year


Mandatory cookie used to ensure the proper functioning of the language support on the site.

1 year


Cookie type that detects the first URL the user entered on the site.

1 day


Cookie type used to detect the URL where the user first received an offer on the site.

1 day


Cookie type used to determine whether the same user is performing the transaction and how many times they have visited the site.

15 minutes


Cookie type used to understand from which source (ad, Google, direct, etc.) the user first came to the site.

1 year

Privacy and Cookie Management

When users visit our website, we process data related to the sections visited to enhance the quality of use, make the site easier to navigate, increase the benefits derived from using the site, and prevent potential security vulnerabilities, all while respecting users' legal rights. Users are informed from the moment they enter the site, including when they use the contact form until they leave, that their data is being processed in this context, and they consent to the data processing activities carried out by the Company. Users can prevent the processing/storage of their personal data via cookies on the website. They can also delete previously stored cookies in their internet browser.

Users can block the use of cookies in various ways. If you, as a user, wish to prevent the use of cookies:

Google Chrome

You can allow or block cookies by clicking the "lock icon" in the address bar of your browser and selecting the "Cookies" tab.

Internet Explorer

You can manage cookies by clicking the security tab in the "Tools" section at the top right of your browser and selecting "allow" or "do not allow".

Mozilla Firefox

You can manage cookies by clicking the "open menu" tab at the top right of your browser, selecting "Options", and using the "Privacy & Security" button.


You can manage cookies by selecting "Advanced" in the "Preferences" section of your browser and choosing the "Cookies" section.


You can manage all your cookie settings from the "Privacy & Security" section in the "Safari" tab in the "Settings" section of your phone.

In addition to the information provided above, you can also manage your cookies using the following extensions:

User's Right to Access Data and Requests

In accordance with the rights and authorities granted to them, users can contact the Company to:

  • Learn whether their personal data is being processed,
  • Request information about the processing of their personal data,
  • Learn the purpose of processing their personal data and whether it is used in accordance with that purpose,
  • Know the third parties to whom personal data is transferred, domestically or abroad,
  • Request the correction of incomplete or inaccurate personal data,
  • Request the deletion or destruction of personal data under the relevant legal conditions,
  • Request that the corrections, deletions, or destructions made be communicated to the third parties to whom personal data has been transferred,
  • Object to the emergence of a result against themselves through the exclusive analysis of processed data by automated systems,
  • Demand compensation for damages in case of unlawful processing of personal data.

You can submit your applications regarding the above rights by emailing Your requests will be processed free of charge within a maximum of 30 (thirty) days, depending on the nature of your request. However, if your request requires an additional cost, a fee may be charged based on the tariff determined by the Data Protection Authority.