Confidentiality Agreement

The Mint shows due care for not disclosing personal information to third parties other than the purposes and scope specified in the Membership Agreement while registering to the website Under no circumstances, shall personal information (delivery/billing addresses, phone numbers, etc.) stated by members while shopping on our website be shared with other institutions and organizations.


The Mint may locate and utilize the IP address of the members if necessary, in order to identify problems relevant with the system and to solve any problem which may arise on the website immediately. IP addresses may also be used to identify users in general and to gather comprehensive demographic information.



We want our members to place orders quickly and easily without wasting their precious time by having to enter the same information over and over again; therefore, some information is stored in the membership account in line with the approval of the members. This information will only be used to ensure faster and safer communication of news regarding orders.




The Mint undertakes to keep the personal information provided by members confidential, to consider it as an obligation to keep it confidentially, and to show the necessary care and take due precautions to ensure and maintain confidentiality, to prevent all or any part of confidential information from entering the public domain, unauthorized use and disclosure to a third party. If the confidential information is damaged or acquired by third parties as a result of attacks on the website and the system despite the necessary information security measures taken by the Mint, the Mint does not hold any responsibility.



The Mint can obtain information about members and the usage of the website by using a technical communication file (Cookie). The technical communication files in question are small text files which are sent by a website to the user's browser for storage in the primary storage. By storing the status and preferences about a website, the technical communication file facilitates the use of the Internet.




The technical communication file helps to acquire statistical information on the number of the people visiting the website, visiting frequency of the people to the website, the purpose of the visits to the website, and the duration of the visits to the website and to dynamically generate advertisements and content from user pages specially tailored for users. The aim behind the design of the technical communication file is not on receiving data or any other personal information from the primary storage or users' e-mail. Originally, a great amount of the browsers is designed to accept the technical communication file. However, users can make some changes on the settings so that the technical communication file does not come up or a warning is given when the technical communication file is sent.