In order to make a purchase, a user must register at

Only persons over the age of 18, have rights to buy on

When registering, the required information (name, surname, telephone, e-mail, password...) must be entered. Registration is possible only after all the necessary information has been entered in the database, and for each further use of the service, only a username and password are required.

The user is responsible for the accuracy and completeness of the information entered during registration.

If the user has difficulty registering or logging in, please contact us at . If there is any change to the information entered by the user during registration, it is advisable to update their account as soon as possible.


For the proper operation, better user experience, functionality and storage of your order data, uses cookies. Before storing cookies, the user must agree to store them on their computer. If a user disables cookies, they will not be able to use some of the functionality of the online store.

Cookies are NOT viruses and use plain text format; they are not made up of chunks of code so they cannot be undone, nor can they even be started. Therefore, they cannot be duplicated or replicated to other networks to move or replicate. Since they cannot perform these functions, they cannot be considered viruses. Because cookies can be used for negative purposes because they store preference information and user browsing history, as much on a given page as on multiple pages, and are used as a form of Spyware, a large number of anti-spyware products Marks cookies constantly to delete them during anti-virus / anti-spyware deletion / scan procedures. Search engines generally have integrated (turned on) privacy settings that deliver certain levels of cookie acceptance, validity, and automatic deletion after a user visits a specific page. Given that the issue of identity is extremely important and a right for every internet user, it is recommended that you become aware of any problems that may be caused by cookies, as they are constantly sent in both directions by information between the browser and the web site, and if the attacker or unauthorized person intervenes During the data submission process, information contained in cookies may be captured. This can happen when the browser connects to the server using an unsecured network (such as an open WiFi network). Other cookie-based attacks include incorrect settings of cookies on servers. It is very important that the User chooses the most appropriate method of personal data protection and:

• adjust browser settings for cookies to reflect the desired level of cookie security

• set long validity periods to store surfing history and personal access information

• consider setting up a browser to delete individual data each time it closes the browser. This is a variant of access to cookie pages and the ability to delete any visit information when you close individual surfing.

• To install and constantly update antispyware applications

A large number of spyware detection and prevention applications include site attack detection. This prevents the browser from accessing websites that could exploit its vulnerability or download dangerous software.

Constant browser updating is recommended because a large number of cookie-based attacks use the weaknesses of older browsers.

TAll newer search engines provide the ability to change the cookie setting. These settings are usually found in the options or browser settings menu.