**Last Updated: 09/10/2023**
**What are Cookies?**
Cookies are small text files that are placed on your device (computer, tablet, smartphone) when you visit a website. They are widely used to make websites work efficiently and provide information to website owners.
**Types of Cookies We Use:**
1. **Essential Cookies:** These cookies are necessary for the functioning of the Service. They enable you to navigate the website and use its essential features, such as accessing secure areas or making transactions. Without these cookies, the Service may not function properly.
2. **Analytics and Performance Cookies:** These cookies collect information about how users interact with the Service, such as which pages are visited most frequently and how users move between pages. This data helps us improve the Service's performance and user experience.
3. **Functionality Cookies:** Functionality cookies allow the Service to remember choices you make (e.g., language preferences) and provide enhanced, more personalized features. These cookies may also be used to remember changes you have made to text size, fonts, and other customizable elements.
4. **Advertising and Targeting Cookies:** We and our third-party partners may use these cookies to deliver advertisements that are more relevant to you and your interests. They are also used to limit the number of times you see an ad and help measure the effectiveness of advertising campaigns.
We may allow third-party service providers to place cookies on the Service to collect and use information for various purposes, including analytics, advertising, and social media integration. These third-party cookies are subject to the respective privacy policies of the third parties.
You can manage your cookie preferences through your browser settings. Most browsers allow you to block or delete cookies. However, please note that if you disable essential cookies, the Service's functionality may be impaired.
Cookies may have different lifespans. Some are session cookies, which are deleted from your device when you close your browser, while others are persistent cookies that remain on your device for a specified period.