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Cookie Policy

We prepared this Cookies Policy to inform you on how we use cookies, and the types of cookies we use, so that we can provide higher quality customized service to the visitors of our website at

Cookies are information stored on your computer when you visit a website. Cookies are not malicious software or applications that may damage your computer. On the contrary, cookies are used to enable the site to remember your preferences for providing your higher quality service in your future visits based on correct structuring and information. When using cookies, we comply with the applicable laws and regulations, including but not limited to the Law No. 6698 on the Protection of Personal Data (the “LPPD”).


Company Cookies
Company cookies are used for displaying the pages to the website’s visitors, and also for calculating the number of sessions and users at the page. The website first accesses to the relevant data by using the Company Cookies, and then conducts generally analysis, and issues reports, on the pages.

Third Party Cookies
Third party cookies are the cookies of the elements other than the most visited website, rather than the cookies created by the website visited. Third party cookies are monitored together with social add-ons, advertisements, site add-ons or other similar applications, and the behavioral actions may be controlled accordingly.

Session Cookies
Session cookies are used for monitoring the users that visit, and open a session at, the website. They are primarily used for tracking the purchases and remembering the products added to the basket. These cookies are deleted when the user closes the browser.

Persistent Cookies
Persistent cookies are those that are stored even after the browser, used for accessing the Internet, is closed. They are particularly used for keeping users logged on, to avoid re-entering user names and passwords.

Secure Cookies
Secure cookies are those created by HTTPS websites, in other words, the websites that hold SSL certificates. They are used for tracking the encrypted actions.
Strictly Necessary Cookies
Strictly necessary cookies allow you to use our website’s basic functions during your visit, such as your preferences and the secured areas. We cannot guarantee our website’s security performance if you choose to prevent these strictly necessary cookies.

Performance and Functionality Cookies
We use performance and functionality cookies to provide you with better and quality service, and ensure the functionality of the services that we provide.

Marketing Cookies
Marketing cookies allows us to track your visits to our website, the pages that you visit and the links that you click as well as the other websites, applications and online services that you visit and use, so that we may display targeted advertisements on our website. With your consent, the listed third parties place and use these cookies, in addition to the other cookies that we use.

You may find detailed information on the processing of your personal data through cookies at our Personal Data Protection Policy available at

At any time, you may deactivate the cookies subject to your consent. For this purpose, you may contact us by using our contact details below, or set your preferences when clicking the cookies button that pop out when you visit our website.

Alternatively, the browsers also allow the control of cookies to a certain extent, through your preferences. You may visit or to see your cookie preferences and get more information on cookies.

You may visit the websites listed below to find guidance on how to delete cookies, and manage your preferences.
You may opt-out Google Analytics tracing by visiting


This Cookies Policy entered into force once upon its announcement on our website. We may update our policy in accordance with the changing circumstances and regulations. You may find our up-to-date policy at
Rights of Data Subjects under the LPPD
Data subjects’ rights on their personal data are listed in Article 11 of the LPPD as follows:
  • to learn whether or not their personal data is processed,
  • to demand for information on the processing of their personal data,
  • to learn the purpose of the processing of their personal data, and whether such personal data is used in compliance with the purpose,
  • to learn about the third parties to whom their personal data is transferred in Turkey or abroad,
  • to request the rectification of the incomplete or inaccurate data, if any,
  • to request the erasure or destruction of their personal data in accordance with Article 7, and to request reporting of the operations carried out accordingly to third parties to whom their personal data has been transferred,
  • to object to any negative consequence of the analysis of the data processed solely through automated systems,
  • to claim their damages arising from the unlawful processing of their personal data.

Principles on the Exercise of Rights on Personal Data
In order to exercise their rights on their personal data, any data subject may fill in the LPPD Application Form available at or the link below, and send it to
  • our registered electronic mail address:
  • our e-mail address ( by using their mobile signatures or electronic signatures, of from their e-mail accounts registered to and confirmed by our systems; or
  • our office at Kuşbakışı Cad. No:27 Altunizade, Üsküdar/İstanbul, and deliver it either by hand or by the virtue of a notary public.
We will respond to every application filed in accordance with the procedure set forth below and in the LPPD, within 30 days following our receipt.

LPPD application form

Our Contact Details:
Modanisa Elektronik Mağazacılık ve Tic. A.Ş.
Address: Altunizade Mahallesi Kuşbakışı Cad. No:27/1 Üsküdar/İstanbul
Telephone: 0850 333 64 72 (NISA)

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