Cookie Policy

Like many websites and applications, our website uses cookies and other techniques (web beacons, web storage, and unique advertising IDs) for various purposes. By using cookies, we collect information about your device and your activity on our website, including your browser type, browser information, information about your computer’s operating system, your IP address, your web history, and the functions you use. In this document, we will call all these techniques “cookies.”

This document explains how and why we use cookies and the options you have.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that are placed on your device (computer, phone, or tablet) when you visit and navigate certain websites and applications. Cookies track specific actions or preferences. Internet cookies are widely used throughout the web. They do not cause any harm to your device.

Some of our business partners may use cookies on their own. We do not have access to those cookies nor can we control them in any way. Cookies can be either “first party”, which means that they are associated with the host domain, or “third-party” when we allow third parties to place cookies on our website and in the app; an analytics cookie would be a viable example.

How are cookies used?

We use cookies to provide a more secure and reliable environment. Cookies help us deal with security breaches on our website and violations of our code of conduct.

We use functional cookie files to remember your preferences on our website so that you can use our services effectively. For example, cookies are used to remember your payment preferences or your sign up details to avoid having to re-enter your data any time you visit and use our website.

Our website uses analytics cookies (including Google Analytics cookies). We use these cookies to get an idea of how you use our website. This helps us understand how you interact with our website, what you are interested in and how we can improve both our services and your user experience.

Cookies allow us to identify a source website from which our users are redirected and to reward our partners for efficient performance and advertising.

Third-party cookies

We may also allow certain third-party service providers to place cookies on our website for the four purposes described above. For example, we use analytics service providers, including Google Analytics, to help us understand how you interact with our website, what you are interested in and how we can improve our services. To prevent Google Analytics from using your information, you may install the Google Analytics Opt-Out Browser.

What do you choose?

Most browsers accept cookies automatically, but you can block cookies by changing your browser settings.

However, please note that if you set your browser or device preferences to block all cookies, you will reduce the functionality of our services, which will result in service limitations.