Cookie Policy

This cookie policy serves to inform our users about what cookies are active on our website, which data they collect, the purpose for which the data is used, and where the data ends up. 

In conjunction with our business partners and service providers, we may collect information relating to your device’s data including but not limited to your operating system (OS), version, model, etc., and online activity data (e.g. websites visited, location, etc.) 


Cookies are little files, sometimes including unique identifiers, that web servers send to web browsers and may be returned to the server every time the browser requests a page from the server.

Web servers may use cookies to identify and monitor users as they move between various pages on a website, as well as to identify visitors who return to the site.

Cookies are classified as "persistent" or "session" cookies. A persistent cookie is a text file delivered by a web server to a browser that is retained by the browser and remains valid until the cookie's expiration date is reached (unless this is deleted by the user before it expires). On the other hand, a session cookie will expire at the conclusion of the user session, or when the web browser has closed.


We use both session persistent cookies and session cookies on our website. 

This information may be collected through automated means such as Cookies, Flash-based LSOs, Tracer Tags, Web Beacons, and other similar technologies including any collection via third-party software kits. These various methods of Automated Collection may further help the efficiency of our Services, by allowing you to save passwords, and monitor your use and our general provision of the Service. 

You can instruct your browser to reject cookies at any given time, or even set your browser to give you the necessary prompts before accepting cookies. If you do not accept cookies, you may not be able to access all the functions of the Service. You are responsible for the entire control over your browser, as well as other applications that control these means of automated collection.


You may choose to decline cookies in most browsers. For instance:

In Internet Explorer, click "Tools", "Internet Options", "Privacy", and then choose "Block all cookies" using the sliding selector; in Firefox, click "Tools", "Options", and then uncheck "Accept cookies from sites" in the "Privacy" box.

You can also change your cookie permissions in Google Chrome by selecting "Options", "Under the hood", and then "Content Settings" under the "Privacy" section. In the Content Settings window, click the Cookies tab.

It bears noting that disabling all cookies would have a detrimental effect on the usability of many websites. You may be unable to utilize some elements of the website if you disable cookies (logging on, accessing content, and using search functions).


Additionally, you may remove cookies that have been stored on your computer:

In Firefox, you can remove cookies by first making sure that cookies are removed when you "clear private data" (this setting can be changed by clicking "Tools," "Options," and "Settings" in the "Private Data" box), and then going to click "Clear private data" in the "Tools" menu.

You can change your cookie permissions in Google Chrome by selecting "Options", "Under the hood", and then "Content Settings" under the "Privacy" section. In the Content Settings window, click the Cookies tab.


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If you do have any queries related to this Cookie Notice, or if you want for us to modify any information we have concerning you or your choices, please contact us through email at

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