Privacy Policy

All rights of the website SULZ domain SULZ.COM owns it. SULZ.COM, SULZ.COM, will not disclose to third parties any personal information transmitted by users in electronic form to users outside SULZ.COM, except for the purposes and scope set forth in the User Agreement and the Customer Privacy Policy.

SULZ.COM identifies and uses the IP addresses of users when necessary to identify problems with the system and to fix problems that may occur in SULZ.COM. IP addresses can also be used to identify users in a general way and to collect comprehensive demographic information.

In order to fill in the various forms on SULZ.COM or to participate in the surveys, users are required to submit some personal information about them (such as name, surname, telephone, mail or e-mail address). The information conveyed to SULZ.COM by users is used by SULZ.COM to communicate directly with users of SULZ.COM or SULZ.COM, even if they are outside the scope and purpose specified by the users and the contracts they have made with their customers available. Personal information is also used to contact the user when necessary. The information requested by SULZ.COM or the information provided by the user or information relating to the transactions made through SULZ.COM is provided by SULZ.COM and its collaborators for purposes other than those specified by SULZ.COM's agreements with users and customers can be used to make various statistical evaluations, create databases or conduct market researches, provided that the identity of the user is not disclosed.

SULZ.COM may link to other sites within the site. SULZ.COM does not bear any responsibility for the privacy practices and contents of the sites accessed through the link.

Personal information includes name, surname, address, telephone number, e-mail address and any other information intended to identify the user. SULZ.COM will not disclose any personal information to companies and third parties for which SULZ.COM does not cooperate, unless otherwise stated in this Privacy Policy and limited below. These situations are;

a. The Law, the Decree-Law, the Regulation etc. issued by the competent legal authorities and in force. comply with the obligations of the rules of law;

b. SULZ.COM fulfills and implements the requirements of its contracts with its customers and customers;

c. Request information about users for the purpose of carrying out a procedure or investigation carried out by the competent administrative or judicial authorities;

D. Where information is provided to protect the rights or safety of users.

SULZ.COM reserves the right to refrain from making personal information strictly private and confidential, to regard it as a duty of confidentiality and to take all necessary precautions to ensure and maintain confidentiality, to prevent the unauthorized use or disclosure of all or any part of the confidential information in the public domain, committed to the necessary self-reliance. Although SULZ.COM takes the necessary information security measures, SULZ.COM will not have any responsibility if SULZ.COM and the damage done to the confidential information in the result of attacks on the system or the transfer of third parties are taken.

SULZ.COM can obtain information about the use of SULZ.COM by users and users using a technical communication file (cookie). The technical communication files that are quoted are small text files that a website sends to the user's browser to be stored in main memory. A technical communication file facilitates the use of the internet by storing status and preferences about a website. A technical communication file can be used to obtain statistical information about how many people use a website, how many times someone visits your website, how many times they visit your website, and how long they stay on the site. It also helps generate dynamically-allowed marketing messages and content from user pages specifically designed for users. The technical communication file was not created to receive data or any other personal information from the main memory or the user's e-mail address. Most of the scanners are designed to accept the technical communication file in the first place; however, users may change browser settings so that the technical communication file does not arrive or a warning is given when a technical communication file is sent.

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