Cookie Policy

We work to protect the privacy of people who use our site in order to ensure that our users benefit from our services safely and completely.

Like most websites, cookies are used in our systems to show personal content and advertisements to visitors, to perform analytical activities on the site and to track visitor usage habits.

This Cookie Policy is an integral part of the Privacy Policy.
It is possible to manage cookies through the settings in many browsers or through various tools such as various plug-ins and programs. More detailed information about the processing of your personal data is described in the Privacy Policy.

What is a Cookie?
Cookies are files stored on your device or network server via browsers by the websites you visit. Cookies are created by servers associated with the website you visit. This way, the server can understand when the visitor visits the same site.
Cookies do not contain personal data about visitors such as name, gender or address. For more detailed information about cookies,  you can visit  and  .

Which Cookies Are Used?
Cookies can be categorized in terms of their owners, lifetimes and purposes of use:

• Depending on the party placing the cookie, system cookies and third-party cookies are used. While system cookies are created directly by our own systems, third-party cookies are managed by different companies that cooperate with us. For example, we use Google Analytics services to analyze people who enter our site. For this reason, 3rd party cookies created by Google and related organizations are also used.
• Depending on the duration of activity, session cookies and persistent cookies are used. While session cookies are deleted when the visitor leaves the system, persistent cookies may remain on visitors’ devices for various periods of time depending on the area of ​​use.
• Depending on the purposes of use, technical cookies, verification cookies, targeting/advertising cookies, personalization cookies and analytical cookies are used in our systems.

Why Are Cookies Used?
Examples of the purposes of cookies used in our systems are given below. What is stated here is presented for example purposes only. It does not mean that the purposes of use are limited to the examples specified here.

• To perform the basic functions required for our systems to operate. For example, our logged-in customers and members do not need to re-enter their passwords when visiting different pages in our systems.
• To analyze our systems and improve the performance of our systems. For example, integrating the different servers on which our systems run, detecting the number of visitors to our systems and adjusting performance accordingly, or making it easier for visitors to find what they are looking for.
• To increase the functionality of our systems and ensure ease of use. For example, by remembering the username information or telephone and e-mail contact information of those who use our systems on their next visit, the user does not have to re-enter this information.
• To carry out personalization, targeting and advertising activities. For example, showing advertisements related to visitors’ interests on the page they are viewing.

How Can You Manage Your Cookie Preferences?
We attach great importance to the ability of users to exercise their preferences regarding their personal data. However, preference management is not possible for some cookies that are mandatory for our systems to work. We would also like to inform you that if some cookies are turned off, some or all of the functions of our systems may not work.
Information on how to manage preferences regarding cookies used in our systems is as follows:

• You have the opportunity to personalize your preferences regarding cookies by changing browser settings in many browsers. If the browser being used offers this opportunity, it is possible to change preferences regarding cookies through the browser settings. Thus, although it may vary depending on the capabilities offered by the browser, data owners have the opportunity to prevent the use of cookies, choose to receive a warning before a cookie is used, or simply disable or delete some cookies. Although preferences on this subject vary depending on the browser used, it is possible to access the general explanation  at
Preferences regarding cookies may need to be made separately for each device from which our systems are accessed.

Click to turn off Cookies managed by Google Analytics .
Click to manage the personalized advertising experience provided by Google.
Preferences for cookies used by many companies for advertising activities  can be managed through Your Online Choices.
The settings menu of the mobile device can be used to manage cookies via mobile devices.