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What are cookies?

A “cookie” is a small piece of information sent by a web server to store on a web browser so it can later be read back from that browser. They are simple, very small text files stored on your computer when you browse certain web pages, useful for having the browser remember some specific information, usually helping to improve the user’s browsing journey.

Am I safe if my browser uses cookies?

Yes, it is safe to use cookies as they don’t do any harm to your computer. They are not programs, therefore they cannot bring any viruses to your computer. They can’t install malware programs or trojans on your computer. Typically they are small lookup tables, containing pairs of key-data values and nothing else.

Checklate cookies

The following cookies listed below are needed so that our website works properly for all our customers.

Checklate – Used to allow existing customers to automatically login without the need of entering their email address

Checklateaff – Used to track and referrals the customer helps generate, if this cookie is deleted we may not track the referral information

3rd party cookies

We use these cookies to help us to monitor the customer journey of our users which gives us the information we need to improve the service we offer our customers and within our business constraints.

__utma, __utmb, __utmc,__utmv, __utmz – These cookies are Google Analytics which are used to gather anonynmous information on how visitors are using our website, drop-off pages as well as which device and web-browser they use.

test_cookie, id, SessionData, UserData, datr, lsd, reg_ext_ref, reg_fb_gate, reg_fb_ref – These cookies are used by DoubleClick, Yahoo Search Marketing and Facebook and allow us to display ads online and to analyze user behaviour in relation to them, helping us optimize our traffic quality.

p_id=Twitter – This third party cookie lets us collect user data through Twitters application for purposes of conversion tracking and serving ads targeted to users interests.

Non-essential cookies

We use these cookies for online marketing purposes. The website can operate without them but they are used to help improve our online marketing effectiveness. These cookies can be disabled.

Adwords Remarketing – These third party cookies let us serve personalised adverts to you when you have left our site and are browsing other websites e.g. if you leave our website without completing a quote we will use remarketing to remind you to return if you want to complete it. Please Note: Some of the services we use (including social networks such as Facebook and Twitter) tend to change their cookies on a regular basis so our cookie policy may not always be kept 100% up-to-date despite our efforts to do so.

Managing Browser Cookie Settings

If you’d like to learn more about cookies in general and how to manage them, visit aboutcookies.org