Cookie Policy

This policy was last updated on July 26 2023, (Version Nº 1.0) and supersedes any previous policies.
This cookie policy (“Cookie Policy”) refers to the website and/or any sub-website and/or associated domains (and/or sub-domains) of (hereinafter referred to as the “Site”).
The Site is owned by Turn 1 B.V., a company incorporated under the laws of Curacao, having its registered address situated at Fokkerweg 46 B, Willemstad, Curacao (“The Company”).
In this Cookie Policy, the following terms shall refer to Turn 1 B.V.: “Our” “Ourselves” “We” “Us” and/or “Site”, and terms: “Visitors” “Users” “You” and “Your” refers to an identified or identifiable natural person being the user of this Site and/or client of any of Site’s services. This Cookie Policy is part of our Privacy Policy, which provides more information about Us and how we protect User’s information.

Definition of Cookies

Cookies consist of small files that hold information about your browsing activity. Each time You visit a website, the website sends a cookie to the device You are using to access the website. Your device will then automatically store the cookie in a file that’s located within Your web browser.

Why do we use Cookies?

We use cookies to simplify the process for You and to ensure that the Site is functioning effectively. When You revisit a site, the website will respond in a more personalized way, remembering Your preferences (such as login details and language), providing faster page load times and the like.

What cookies do we use and why?

Necessary cookies
Necessary cookies let You move around the Site and use its features such as accessing secure areas that may contain content for users. These cookies are automatically placed on Your computer or device when You access the website, however, You may disable these by changing your browser settings. If You block these Cookies this may affect how the website functions.

Non-Compulsory Cookies
These Cookies are not mandatory, and the Site would still function well without them. Nonetheless, such Cookies may highly boost Your experience when using Our Website. Some examples of non-compulsory Cookies include the following:

These Cookies are used to remember your preferences. The most typical preference would be information stored to avoid You from having to re-enter the same information twice when You revisit a page you’ve visited before in the future, such as log-in or language selection.

These Cookies are used to collate information about Your common browsing. This will help Us to provide the most relevant content to You.

These Cookies help Us collate information about Visitors on our website(s), which includes Your geographic location when You visit our Site, the first time You visited the Site, the number of times and the exact time You access the Site, and how You found the Site (for example showing which search engine or link that brought You to the site).
This information is only held for Our records and is not used for any other purpose. Please note that You can still delete or disable Cookies by updating the setting of Your browser. To do this, see explanation here. You can withdraw Your consent for non-compulsory cookies at any time You like.

Analytics cookies
Besides the Cookies We make use of Ourselves, various third-party Cookies may also be stored on Your computer or device. We highly propose that You read the cookie policies of any such third-party Cookies.
We use analytic services to help Us understand how effective Our content is, what interests Our users have and to improve how this Site works.
Our main third-party Cookies are:

  1. Google Analytics , an analytics service of Google. You can deactivate Google Analytics using a browser add-on if You do not wish the website analysis to take place. You can download the add-on by following the link ; and
  2. Facebook Pixel, an analytics service of Facebook.

Delete or Block Cookies
We still respect your right to privacy. You can still access our website without cookies. However, You should be aware that removing or blocking specific cookies can affect Your user experience and parts of this Site may no longer be fully accessible. If you do not wish cookies to be stored on Your computer or device, You can deactivate the relevant option in the system settings of Your browser. You can also remove any Cookies already stored on Your computer or device.

Browser controls
Usually browsers allow You to view the cookies that You currently have and give You the option to delete them individually or block cookies from some/all websites. Kindly note that if You delete all cookies, the preferences You initially have set will be lost. This also includes Your preference to opt-out from cookies since this also necessitates an opt-out cookie.
In most cases, You can refer to the manual of Your operating system or use the ‘Help’ section of Your browser (such as Chrome, Windows Explorer & Edge or Mozilla Firefox) to provide You with the information on how to change Your options regarding cookies. Alternatively, You can contact your Internet Service Provider. To modify Your browser settings or to block or filter cookies, please refer to these links or

Contact Details

Should You have any questions regarding Our Cookie Policy, You should contact Us by sending an email to