Cookie Rules

Users of automatically consent to abide by the guidelines provided in this Cookie Policy ("Policy"). This document outlines the policies and guidelines for using cookies on this website. You acknowledge that you have read and agree to these terms by using the platform in the future.

Please be aware that this Cookie Policy is subject to change at any moment and without notice. Users of the website will receive notifications through it in the event that any significant changes occur. Visitors should regularly monitor our website to be informed of any modifications we make to our privacy policies. Following a change to this Policy, your continued use of the Site indicates your understanding and consent to the updated guidelines. If you disagree with the terms of this Policy, you can either stop using the Site or adjust the settings on your computer so that cookies are not accepted.

The guidelines for utilising cookies on our website, including their definition and how to interpret them in accordance with our privacy policy, are outlined in this article.

  • What are cookies
  • Which cookies does the website use when you visit it
  • How do third parties use cookies on the website
  • Which cookies are available for usage
  • Interest-Based Advertising

1. To start with, what are cookies?

A tiny bit of information known as a "cookie" could be sent to your web browser when you attempt to access a website. Ensuring that you are who you say you are and protecting your personal data are the primary objectives of this action. Cookies serve a variety of purposes, including facilitating the use of certain services, gathering information for analysis, storing user preferences, and streamlining the display of advertisements and behavioural advertising.

Cookies come in two varieties: session cookies, which are temporary, and persistent cookies, which are stored on your computer permanently. Because session cookies are removed from your browser as soon as you close it, they are only effective temporarily. Conversely, permanent cookies remain in the browser until they are intentionally deleted or until the expiration date that was specified. The dates of expiration that are already printed on the cookies are separated by a long period of time.

The cookies that a website saves in a user's computer browser are the first kind of cookies. On the other hand, cookies created by websites other than the one being used are frequently referred to as "third-party cookies."

On our pages, pixel tags and cookies get along great. Web browsers may have encountered clear GIFs, web beacons, or pixel tags on many websites. Pixels track users' activities on our website as well as their actions after visiting it from other websites, in addition to cookies. Pixel tags come in handy for numerous tasks that both our business partners and we undertake. These objectives include Retargeting, as stated in our Privacy Statement; as stated in Section 5, these advertisements are tailored to your interests.

2. When I visit this website, what functions do cookies fulfil?

It is possible that we or a third party will put cookies in your browser if you choose to use the website or our services. We respectfully ask that you read our Privacy Policy in order to gain a better understanding of the many types of cookies that are used and the corresponding temporal patterns of their usage.

Cookies can be utilised for many different things, such as the following:

First-party cookies are necessary in order to access certain features of the website, such as enabling successful transaction processing or preserving persistent sign-in.

We employ analytics cookies to collect data about how users are interacting with the Site(s) in order to improve functionality and evaluate effectiveness. It's also critical to realise that these cookies may be used for A/B testing, which enables you to see user reactions to various advertisements, websites, or feature versions. First-party cookies and third-party cookies are the two main types of analytics cookies.

Cookies that are used on websites to store user preferences are referred to as "preference cookies".

On users' computers, advertising networks or platforms install third-party cookies. These cookies are also known as "behavioural" or "targeted" advertising cookies. These technologies serve two main goals: (i) making the display of adverts simpler and assessing their efficacy; and (ii) offering customised advertisements depending on the user's preferences and interests as indicated by their online behaviour.

3. How do outside parties use cookies on the Sites?

Cookies are required for the gathering of user anonymized data for analytics, advertising networks, third-party services, and other purposes. These businesses use cookies to track users' behaviour on the website as well as on subsequent visits to different websites. They can also watch and assess what users are doing on the website. Important insights into user interests and behaviour are gleaned from the gathered data after an anonymization procedure. Using this method makes it possible to provide more precisely targeted marketing and services.

4. From which cookies may I select?

If users dislike cookies in general or a particular kind in particular, they can change their browser's settings to delete stored cookies and prevent new ones from being accepted. To ensure that you fully comprehend the process, you should refer to the instructions provided by your web browser. If you choose to refuse or remove our cookies, you might find it more difficult to use specific services, manage your preferences, and access specific parts of our websites.

To disable cookies, see the privacy rules of each individual third party.

5. How are cookies to be stored?

A thorough description of how using cookies could improve the user's experience when using our services and on our website can be found in the Cookie Policy. If the decision is made to disable cookies, there may be certain issues or limitations with our website's functionality.

How to turn off cookies that allow ads to be tailored based on user behaviour

Customers in the European Union can visit to learn more about cookies used for behaviorally targeted advertising. In a similar vein, Americans can visit to learn more about these cookies. These cookies make it easier for consumers to see advertisements on the website and other online platforms that are customised based on their past browsing activity. These resources offer a variety of choices and insightful data to help manage individual advertising approach decisions.

This page is a great resource because it offers detailed instructions on how to change your web browser's cookie settings.

Google Chrome:

Find the wrench symbol in the browser toolbar and click on it to activate the desired feature. Please select the "Settings" option in order to access the settings. Please select the "Show advanced settings" feature to view other choices. Kindly select the "Privacy" option by clicking on the "Content settings" button.


To enable the use of cookies, navigate to the "Cookies" category and choose the "Allow local data to be set" selection. This will improve first-party and third-party cookie usability. To encourage the intentional acceptance of first-party cookies, users are recommended to utilise the setting that permits the banning of all third-party cookies without making any exceptions.

Go to the "Cookies" menu and select "Block sites from setting any data" to turn off cookies.

There are several ways to allow or disable cookies in Google Chrome. Please see this Google page for a thorough explanation of the many cookie settings accessible in Chrome:

Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, 7.0, 8.0:

By choosing 'Tools' from the 'Tools' menu at the top of the browser window, you can access the necessary menu. Kindly select the 'Internet Options' option from the given drop-down menu. The 'Privacy' tab can be accessed by users by choosing it from the menu in the preferences window.

To enable cookies, take the following actions: Please move the slider to a position that corresponds to "Medium" or below in the range.

To turn off cookies, move the slider to the highest setting, which will stop cookies from being sent to your browser going forward.

Notably, Internet Explorer has a variety of cookie enablement and disablement choices. Please visit the following Microsoft website for more information about the additional cookie configurations that are available in Internet Explorer:

Microsoft Edge

 You can locate and choose the "More actions" icon from the toolbar to get more options. Please choose the "Settings" option from the available drop-down menu.Choose "View advanced settings" after you've found it. As mentioned in the Cookies section, users can choose to accept only certain third-party cookies or all cookies by default. Kindly start the process of wiping the Microsoft Edge browser.

Mozilla Firefox

It is necessary to choose the 'Tools' option from the menu bar in order to access the browser settings. Please pick the 'Options' option from the drop-down menu that appears. Please read over the "Privacy" section.

Make sure the "Accept cookies for sites" option is enabled to guarantee that cookies behave as intended.

In order to disable cookies, users must reject the preset that is marked "Accept cookies for sites."

It should be mentioned that Firefox has additional options for enabling and disabling cookies. Please go to to learn more about Mozilla's services.


Users will need to navigate to the menu and select "Settings" in order to view the browser options. Locate the "Quick Preferences" section.

It is essential to make sure "Enable Cookies" is selected in order to facilitate the use of cookies.

First, select the "Enable Cookies" check box to turn off cookies.

Opera has multiple choices for enabling and disabling cookies. Visit to learn more about Opera's additional cookie options.

Safari on OSX

Users must choose the 'Safari' option from the menu bar in order to access the Safari web browser's options. Select 'Preferences' from the drop-down menu that appears. Select the 'Security' menu item, please.

To allow cookies to be used, navigate to the website's "Accept cookies" section and select "Only from the present site".

Navigate to the 'Accept cookies' section and select 'Never' to disable cookies.

Note that you can adjust how much you can disable and allow cookies in Safari. Please see this Apple webpage for more information on the various cookie settings that are accessible in Safari:

All other browsers

If you require assistance, please use the "help" feature of the browser or contact the browser's creator.

6. What is your approach to cookies?

The bulk of web browsers have an inbuilt function that lets them accept cookies without the user needing to take any action. However, you may modify the browser's settings to refuse cookies or ask the user for permission before accepting a cookie.

It's crucial to remember, though, that disabling cookies might not be the ideal method for web browsing. This may entail customised data and content or limited access to specific areas.

7. Interest-Based Advertising

Marketers use interest-based advertising techniques that providers give to provide materials and messages that are specifically catered to the interests of each individual. It is important to understand that third parties, including those that use cookies or other technologies to provide email, mobile, or online advertising services, are not liable for the actions or policies of the Site.

Please contact [email protected] by email with any questions you may have regarding our cookie policy.