Cookies Policy


Cookies, tags, web pixels, and other similar technologies may be used to gather information automatically on our Services. Cookies or tags are small pieces of code that allow our technology partners to collect non-personal information about you. Before utilizing cookies or other tracking technology, we will obtain your consent where needed by law. This section contains information about how we use cookies and how you may manage how cookies are used for advertising purposes.

Cookies. Cookies are little files that a website or its provider transfers to your device’s hard drive via your web browser, allowing the site’s or provider’s system to recognize your browser and retain certain information. In general, we use first-party and third-party cookies to make our Services work properly; to provide a secure browsing experience while using our Services; to collect passive information about your use of our Services; to measure how you interact with our marketing campaigns; to help us improve our Services; and to remember your preferences for your convenience.

On our Services, we utilize the following types of cookies:

Cookies that are strictly necessary. These cookies are required in order for you to utilize our Services.

Cookies with a purpose. We use functional cookies to remember your preferences so that we can adjust our Services to offer you more tailored features and content.

Cookies for performance or analytic purposes. These cookies gather information about how you use our Services, such as which pages you visit and which links you click. Such cookies collect information that we use to develop and optimize our Services.

Advertising or Targeting Cookies. These cookies are used to tailor advertising messages to your preferences. They serve a variety of purposes, including avoiding the same ad from showing repeatedly, ensuring that ads are properly shown for advertisers, and, in some situations, picking advertisements based on your preferences. These cookies may be used by our third-party advertising partners to create a profile of your interests and serve relevant advertising on other websites. You can disable the use of these cookies by following the steps outlined below.

You may be able to deny some or all browser cookies using your browser settings. You might be able to delete cookies from your browser as well. By following the methods detailed below, you can exercise your cookie preferences in relation to cookies served on our Services.

First Party Cookies. You may activate, disable, or delete cookies using the browser that you are using to visit this Site. Follow your browser’s instructions (typically found in the “Help,” “Tools,” or “Edit” settings) to accomplish this. Please be aware that if you disable cookies in your browser, you may not be able to access secure portions of the Site. Furthermore, if you disable cookies, some features of the Services may not function properly.

Third Party Cookies. Many companies that collect data for interest-based advertising are members of the Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA) or the Network Advertising Initiative (NAI), which both have websites where users can opt out of receiving interest-based advertising from its members. To opt-out of each organization’s unique participating companies’ website interest-based advertising. For more information about third-party ad networks and similar services, click here. We have no control over how third parties gather or utilize your information for the purpose of serving interest-based advertising. These third parties may, however, provide you the option of not having your information collected or used in this way. Furthermore, most online browsers have help pages for configuring cookie options.

Web Pixels. Conversion pixels, which fire a small line of code to alert us when you have clicked on a certain button or reached a particular page, are often used to see how successful our marketing campaigns or other goals of the Services are doing (e.g. a thank you page once you have completed the procedure for purchasing. We also utilize web pixels to track how people use our services. A pixel helps us to keep track of which device, browser, or program has visited a specific webpage.

Analytics. Third-party service providers may be used to monitor and analyze how our Services are used. We now utilise Google Analytics. Google Analytics is a website traffic tracking and reporting service.

Behavioral remarketing. Is a term that refers to the practice of marketing to people After you use our Services, we may utilize remarketing services to advertise to you on third-party websites. Visitors are categorized for this purpose based on their behaviors on our Services, such as the length of their visit. This allows us to learn about your tastes and serve you targeted ads even if you are visiting another website that is part of the same advertising network. We use ad networks such as Google Ads, Bing Ads, and others.

Other Tracking Technologies.  Other Methods of Tracking Pages on our Site may also use Java scripts, which are code snippets embedded in various parts of websites and applications that facilitate a variety of operations, such as accelerating the refresh speed of certain functionality or monitoring usage of various online components; entity tags, which are HTTP code mechanisms that allow portions of websites to be stored or “cached” within your browser to speed up website performance.