Privacy disclaimer

Koral Group ltd 102, Suite 2, St Catherine Street, Attard ATD 2605, Malta, is responsible for the processing of your personal data.

Privacy protection for Koral Group ltd is fundamental. Koral Group ltd is committed to keeping users’ personal information confidential. It is possible to offer a better service by making sure that the user is aware and understands the rules and criteria adopted for the protection of privacy. The criteria used by Koral Group ltd in the processing of personal data are indicated below.

Why personal data is collected

Koral Group ltd collects and uses the personal information of users to ensure a better service and to facilitate access to a wide range of products and services. Furthermore, personal data is used to keep each user updated on new products and other information that Koral Group ltd believes may be of interest. In addition, personal data can be used to contact the user to invite him to participate in any market research that allows both to assess the degree of satisfaction and to develop better products.

How personal data is collected

Information about users is collected in many ways. For example, the information that can be used to contact the user may be requested when he writes to Koral Group ltd, calls to request a service or takes part in an online survey. Furthermore, when subscribing to Koral Group ltd internet services or subscribing to a mailing list, information is provided which is then collected and stored in a secure database.

When personal data is disclosed

Koral Group ltd is a global company, therefore personal data can be shared between companies belonging to the Koral Group ltd distribution located in various parts of the world. Personal data will be protected according to the Koral Group ltd. Koral Group ltd collaborates with other companies that participate in the provision of Koral Group ltd services. Such companies may receive users’ personal data. The information is communicated for the exclusive use of the performance of the service and these companies are required to safeguard personal data in accordance with the rules used by Koral Group ltd.

Sometimes it may happen that it is necessary to disclose the personal data of customers by law or during a legal process. In addition, Koral Group ltd may also disclose customer information should it be necessary for the public interest.

How personal data is protected

Koral Group ltd protects the security of the data that users send, using physical, electronic and managerial procedures. Koral Group ltd invites users to take the necessary precautions to protect their personal data on the Internet. Koral Group ltd suggests changing passwords often, using a combination of letters and numbers and making sure you are using a secure browser.

Koral Group ltd Store uses the SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) encryption standard on all web pages that request personal information. To shop on the Koral Group ltd Store, you need to use an SSL-enabled browser, such as Netscape Navigator 3.0 (or later) or Internet Explorer. This method protects the confidentiality of personal and credit card information as it is sent over the Internet.

Access personal information

The user can at any time access information concerning him. To consult and update personal information personal information that Koral Group ltd has collected, you can contact [email protected].

It is possible to browse the Koral Group ltd website anonymously. However, the browser automatically communicates the type of computer and operating system used.

Like many other websites, the Koral Group ltd website uses “cookie” technology. The first time the user connects to the site, the cookie identifies the browser with a unique random number. The cookies used do not reveal any personal information of the user, except possibly the first name that is used to welcome the next visit. Cookies make it possible to understand which parts of the sites are consulted most frequently, which are the paths of visitors and how long they remain connected. Cookies are used to study the traffic patterns on the Koral Group ltd website so that it can be improved.

Cookie Policy

The website (hereinafter, “Site”) uses cookies. Below you will find more information about cookies, how they are used on the Site and what control procedures we adopt with respect to the cookies themselves. By accepting our banner, you consent to the use of cookies, in accordance with this information. If you do not agree to the use of cookies, please disable them by following the instructions below in this statement.


Cookies are small text files that are saved on your electronic device (PC, tablet, etc.) while browsing a website and that provide certain information (“Cookies”). Cookies are then sent back to the original website during each subsequent navigation, or they are sent to a different website that is able to recognize that specific cookie. Cookies act as a memory for a website, allowing the website to recognize your device on each subsequent visit to that same site. Cookies also allow you to store your browsing preferences by offering you a more functional experience of the Site, and making the content of the site as personalized as possible.

Web browsers allow you to exercise some control over Cookies through your browser settings. Most browsers allow you to block cookies or block cookies from certain sites. Browsers can also help you delete cookies when you close your browser. However, you should keep in mind that this could mean that any opt-outs or preferences you have set on the site will be lost. We invite you to consult the technical information relating to your browser for instructions. If you choose to disable the setting of Cookies or if you refuse to accept a Cookie, some parts of the service may not work properly or may be considerably slower.


Cookies can be technical, analytical and profiling.

Technical Cookies

Technical cookies allow us to improve your navigation and to provide you with all the services offered by the Site. In particular, the Site uses technical “session” and persistent proprietary cookies.

Analytical Cookies

Analytical cookies allow us to analyze how you browse the Site in order to help us improve your browsing experience. In particular, the Site uses the following third-party analytical cookies (including flash cookies):

Google Analytics: a web analytics service provided by Google, LLC. (“Google”), which uses Cookies to analyze how users use the Sites. The information generated by the Cookies on your use of the Sites is generally transmitted and stored by Google on servers in the United States. At the request of the owner of the individual website, Google will use this information for the purpose of measuring your activity on the Sites, compiling statistical reports on the general activity of the Sites for the owner of the same and providing other services relating to the activity and use of Internet. Google will not associate your IP address with any other data held by Google. In particular, the Sites make use of Google Analytics cookies.
For further suggestions from Google regarding privacy and the request for consent: Furthermore, it is possible to prevent the collection of the data generated by the Cookies by Google, as well as the processing of this data by Google, by downloading and installing the browser plug-in available from the following link: .com / policies / technologies / ads /.

Profiling cookies

Profiling cookies allow us to analyze your way of browsing the Site, your habits, your purchases and your behavior in order to offer you commercial communications in line with your preferences.


The technical cookies used by our site are used to make and facilitate your navigation and to allow you to use the services of the site.

Analytical cookies are used to analyze and monitor the way you use the Site (e.g. number of accesses and pages viewed), for statistical purposes and to allow us to make improvements to the Site in terms of operation and navigation.

Profiling cookies are used to analyze your online behavior to offer you targeted advertisements based on your preferences.

The provision of data, with the exception of those reported through technical cookies, is optional.


You can authorize the use of Cookies by clicking on the “Accept all cookies” button directly from the Banner, or by authorizing the individual types of Cookies using the appropriate flag inside the Banner.

You can refuse the use of Cookies by clicking on “Accept selected” making sure you have not flagged any preference, or by clicking on the X in the banner, or by managing your preferences for each Cookie through the appropriate link in the Banner.

You can not authorize the use of Cookies or in any case disable them at any time also by manually modifying the configuration of your browser and following the instructions contained in the policies of the Cookies managers.

How to disable cookies manually

Warning: the provision of data is optional; however, please note that refusing / deactivating cookies may prevent you from using some features of the Site.

Internet Explorer:
Microsoft Edge:
If you are using a web browser not listed above, please refer to the documentation or online guide of your browser for more information. We inform you that the Data Controller acts as a mere technical intermediary for the links shown in this document and cannot assume any responsibility in the event of any changes.

You can find more information on Cookies, including how you can understand what Cookies have set on your device, and how you can manage and delete them, by accessing the following link:

You can avoid the use of flash cookies at the following link.

If you prefer to allow any Flash Player data to be archived, we suggest that you uncheck the items “Allow Flash content to store data on your computer” and “Store common Flash components to reduce download times”. If you wish to limit the amount of data collected by Flash applications, we suggest that you move the slider in the global storage settings panel to the desired position.


Our services are not intended or aimed at people under the age of eighteen (18) (or adults depending on the age provided by your legal system for the age of majority). Anyone who provides us with their information through any part of the services we offer confirms that they have reached the age of 18 or are of legal age depending on the age provided by their legal system for the age of majority or above. Our policy is to detect attempts by minors to access our services, which means that it is necessary for us to access and verify your personal information. If we become aware that a minor has tried to submit or has actually submitted personal information through the services we offer, we will be forced not to accept it and, consequently, we will take the necessary measures to remove this information from our records.


The owner can modify this cookie policy. When significant changes have been made to this cookie policy, users will be notified via a notification on the site or by email for registered users. If you want to get more information on the use of cookies, you can contact our Customer Service.

Contacts: For any information regarding this information, contact us through the following contact form.