Confidentiality Agreement

The State Mint shows the necessary sensitivity to ensure that the personal information provided when becoming a member of the website is not disclosed to third parties outside the purposes and scope specified in the Membership Agreement. Personal information (delivery/invoice addresses, telephone numbers, etc.) used by members while shopping on our website will never be shared with other institutions and organizations.
In order to identify system-related problems and to promptly resolve possible problems that may arise on the website, the State Mint detects and uses the IP address of the members when necessary. IP addresses may also be used to generally identify users and gather broad demographic information.
In order for our members to be able to place orders quickly and easily and not to waste their valuable time by having to enter the same information over and over again, some information is stored in their membership account, in line with the approval of the members. This information will only be used to ensure faster and safer delivery of news about orders placed.

The State Mint undertakes to keep the personal information transmitted by its members strictly private and confidential; we undertake to consider this as a confidentiality obligation and to take all necessary precautions and exercise due care to ensure and maintain confidentiality and to prevent all or any part of the confidential information from entering the public domain or unauthorized use or disclosure to a third party. Although the necessary information security measures are taken by the State Mint, the State Mint does not have any responsibility if confidential information is damaged or compromised by third parties as a result of attacks on the Website and the system.
The State Mint can obtain information about members and their use of the website by using a technical communication file (Cookie). The technical communication files in question are small text files that a website sends to the user's browser to be stored in the main memory. The technical communication file facilitates the use of the Internet by storing status and preferences about a website. The technical communication file helps to obtain statistical information about how many people use the website, for what purpose, how many times a person visits the website and how long they stay, and to dynamically produce advertisements and content from specially designed user pages for users. The technical communication file is not designed to retrieve data or any other personal information from the main memory or users' e-mail. Most browsers are designed to accept technical communication files. However, if users wish, they can change the settings so that the technical communication file does not arrive or a warning is given when the technical communication file is sent.

Cookies are used on this website in order to improve the user experience and ensure the efficient operation of the website.