1. What are cookies?

Cookies are small pieces of text files that are stored in the user’s browser when visiting a site. The information stored on the User’s computer may contain information such as what pages the User visited, the date and time of the visit, and a random and unique User Identification Number. With this use, the Site is able to store useful information for the User browsing the Site, as well as to read this information to provide the User with a unified browsing experience. In no case do cookies contain personal information or information, which will allow anyone to communicate with the visitor of the website, by phone, e-mail, etc. Additionally, cookies may not be used to access documents or files on your computer.

With this use, eShop is able to store useful information for the User browsing the Site, as well as read this information to offer the User a unified browsing experience.

In addition, cookies help us see the performance and traffic of our website, improving its presentation and content, according to the preferences of our visitors.

2. What cookies do we use on our Site?

We use cookies on our Sites to manage sessions, provide personalized web pages, and customize advertising and other content to reflect your specific needs and interests. Cookies can also be used to compile anonymous, aggregate statistics that allow us to understand how audiences use our Websites and help improve their structure and content. We cannot verify your personal identity from this information. You can modify your browser settings to reject some or all cookies, unless absolutely necessary. Please be aware that some features are only available through the use of cookies, and if you choose to decline cookies, these features may not be available. Generally there are the following categories of cookies used on our Sites.

Required cookies

The cookies, which are absolutely necessary, are essential for the proper functioning of our Sites, allowing you to browse and use their features, such as accessing secure areas or using the shopping cart. These cookies do not recognize your personal identity. Without these cookies, we cannot provide effective operation of our Sites.

Functionality Cookies (Preferences)

These cookies allow Websites to remember user choices such as username, language or region to provide improved and personalized features. They can also be used to provide user-requested services, such as viewing videos or using social media. The information collected by these cookies may become anonymous and may not track browsing activity on other sites. Failure to accept these cookies may affect the performance and functionality of the Sites and may limit your access to its content.

Performance Cookies (Statistics)

These cookies collect information about how visitors use our Sites, for example, which pages are most frequently visited, and whether they receive error messages from websites. These cookies collect aggregated, anonymous information that does not identify a visitor. They are used solely to improve the performance of a website

Promotional cookies

These cookies are used to provide content that best suits you and your interests. They can be used to send targeted ad / bidding, limit ad serving, or measure the effectiveness of an ad campaign. These cookies may be used to remember the websites you have visited to determine which marketing channels are most effective and allow us to reward external websites and affiliates that have promoted you.

Third Party cookies

These cookies are placed by our partners on our behalf. These cookies collect data on how your ads are performing and interacting with our Sites. These data may be used by our affiliates to draw statistical conclusions and improve your visitor advertising experience.

3. How to test cookies?

It is at your discretion to withdraw your consent or object to the use of cookies on your computer or device whenever you like, to check and / or delete cookies.

4. What the Law Says About Cookies

Your rights about cookies:

  • Access your data
  • Correcting or Deleting Your Data
  • Your data portability
  • Restrict the processing of your data
  • Resist your data processing
  • Withdrawal of your consent for the use of some or all of the cookies and consequently for the processing of your data.

To exercise your above rights you can submit your request to the headquarters of Trade UP SA. at the postal address Irinis & Filias 181, PC 71500 Heraklion, Crete, or at the email as well as to submit, in case you consider that the processing of your personal data violates the current law for the protection of personal data, a complaint to the Personal Data Protection Authority (postal address 1-3 Kifissias, PC 115 23, Athens, tel. 210. 6475600, e-mail address If you wish to contact us for any issue related to the processing of your personal data and the exercise of your rights, you can contact the Data Protection Officer (DPO) of Trade UP SA. at the Irinis & Filias 181 in Heraklion, Crete, or at the e-mail address (e-mail)

5. Where can you find more information about the protection of personal data collected by cookies?

Information about the protection of your personal data, but also about your rights can be found in the Privacy Policy here.

6. Where can you find more information about the general use of cookies?

More information on the general use of cookies, as well as methods to exclude or limit them, can be found at // cookiepedia. and // .

In case you wish to enable or disable the use of cookies from the browser settings, you can visit the following websites and be informed about the necessary actions you need to take.

7. Changes to the Cookies Policy

This Cookie Policy is subject to change at any time. For this reason, we consider it appropriate to refer to this Policy regularly. This entered into force on 1 January 2020. In case of modification it will indicate the date on which it took place. The Cookies Policy has always been valid, as formulated by the most recent modification.