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Cookie policy


Cookies explained

Cookies are small files that websites put onto your computer when you visit them. They’re used to store information for a variety of purposes.


For example, when you login to a website and tick the “Remember me” button, a cookie is used to temporarily store your login details for the next time you visit that site. When you visit a shopping site and add something to your cart, a cookie is used to save your items there until you’re ready to buy.


Cookies are also used for other purposes, such as to help companies see how many people visit their site and how they got there.


For more information about what cookies are and what they do, have a read of this Wikipedia article: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTTP_cookie


How to disable them

We promise never to use cookies to collect personally identifiable information about you, but if you want to stop your browser from creating cookies altogether, you can find out how to do so here.


Please remember that disabling cookies can severely affect the functionality of most websites, including ours.


How to delete them

If you want to delete the cookies that have already been left on your computer, you can find out how to do so here.


List of the cookies we use

Here’s a list of all the cookies we put on your computer when you visit our website:

Cookie name

Purpose

affiliateid

Used to track the affiliate ID, which lets us know which of our partners sent you to our website.

ASP.NET_SessionId

A unique identifier assigned to each visitor to our website. This cookie is retained for the duration of your session (until you close your browser).