A cookie file is a small text file with letters and numbers, which is stored on the user's computer for record keeping. We use cookie files on our websites. We do not connect the information stored in cookie files to any personal information you submit to our websites.
Cookie files are used on our websites in order to distinguish you from other users of our websites. It helps us provide you with higher quality services when browsing our websites, as well as allows us to improve our websites. By continuing to browse the websites you agree to the use of cookie files. Cookie files contain information that is transferred to your computer's hard drive.
We use session cookie files and persistent cookie files. Session cookie files expire when you close your browser.
A persistent cookie file remains on your hard drive for a long period of time. You may delete persistent cookie files following the instructions in the help system of your browser.
The safety of your personal information is important to us. When you enter private information, such as financial information, in our forms, we cipher the transfer of this information with the Secure Sockets Layer technology (SSL).
We comply with generally accepted standards of protection of personal information submitted to us both at the moment of transfer and upon its receipt. However, the online transfer method or the electronic storage method cannot be 100% safe. Therefore we cannot guarantee its entire safety.
We use the following cookie files:
You may block cookie files by activating a setting in your browser that allows you to refuse the use of all or certain cookie files. However, if you use your browser settings to block all cookie files (including the main cookie files), you will not be able to access our websites entirely or in part.
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If you have any questions about safety on our websites, do not hesitate to contact us.
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