1. Cookie Notice
2. More About Cookies
Essentially, cookies are text files that include little information which is downloaded to your device when you visit a site. The text includes details about you, your choices and preferences, and your device. The purpose of these cookies is to offer you better online navigation and overall experience.
What’s more, cookies make sure you get only relevant content and functions. All browsers work with cookies, so you’ll encounter them on every site you visit.
Even though cookies include information about you, they don’t contain details that personally identify a user. We respect your privacy, so you may choose what cookies to allow. All you need to know is that if you block some of the cookies, they may impact your navigation experience on the platform. Find more about managing cookies in section 4.
3. Cookies for this Website
Our teams use two types of cookies that perform several functions across the website. We use session and persistent cookies.
Session cookies are refers to the downloaded to your device for a short period. More specifically when you visit a certain website. These cookies allow you to browse pages efficiently or enable websites to remember the preferences you select.
As for persistent cookies, they are stored by a web browser and remain valid until their set expiry date. You are also allowed to erase them. Yet, the purpose of this cookie is to help with website performance, allowing it to remember you as a returning visitor and may hold data such as login detail, contact info, and account numbers.
There are also cookies which the operator may choose. These are called first-party cookies. Cookies will be placed on your device by a party other than the website operator. These are known as third-party cookies.
We’ll discuss more which kind of cookies we use and why below.
3.1 Necessary Cookies
The necessary cookies are vital to our website. These cookies give you, on-request, content, products, and services you may have selected.
To use this site without trouble, cookies will make everything possible. They also keep a logged-in status for you between pages. It’s important to remember, they don’t keep any sensitive data, and without them, the website won’t work accordingly.
3.2 Functional Cookies
Functional cookies recognise you when you return to a website and they also remember your preferences. As you select these cookies you enable the operator to provide improved features. Their purpose is to improve the platform’s functionality.
Functional cookies maintain details about your preferences such as language choices and allow the operator to provide personalised features.
3.3 Performance Cookies
The purpose of performance cookies is to collect information about platform usage. Although these cookies don’t identify you personally while you’re not logged in, they aim to collect your browser information and other anonymised data used to provide aggregated statistics.
We use statistics only for internal purposes. They help us test and improve the site's performance and offer an improved experience.
3.4 Targeting Cookies
With the help of targeting cookies, we keep track of the times you’ve visited our platform,
the pages you browsed, and the products you’ve selected. These cookies allow us to create personalised advertisements relevant to you and also make the site more efficient.
This type of cookie could be also set by our advertising partners. They help partner companies build a profile of your choices, which is used to show relevant ads on their websites.
We use targeting cookies to collect data about browser patterns and other various reasons we’ve listed below:
To provide advertisers with information on your visit so that they can present you with adverts that you may be interested in.
To deliver content and marketing communications tailored to your interests based on information from your visit.
Limit the number of times you see an advertisement.
Help measure the effectiveness of an advertising campaign.
4. Manage Cookies
You are free to allow and decline the cookies as you wish. You can clear the existing cookies if you’re changing your browser settings. You may also adjust your cookies settings from the web browser you’re using. The changes will apply to all websites that you visit – not just our websites.
Remember though, that if you’re removing our cookies or deactivating future cookies, those may prevent you from accessing some areas or features of the website. For instance, if your browser is configured to deactivate session cookies, you will be unable to access your account.
You can learn more about managing cookies on popular browsers such as Google Chrome, Microsoft Internet Explorer or Safari by reading their guide.
If you want to learn more about cookies, concluding those that we don’t use, access www.aboutcookies.org or www.allaboutcookies.org. These will answer all your questions.