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A cookie is a small piece of text that is sent to the browser from a site you visit. Makes it easier for the website to memorize information about your visit, such as your preferred language and other settings. This can facilitate your next visit and make the site more useful for you. Cookies play an important role. Without them, using the web would be a much more complex experience.

You can see a list of the cookies types used by Privacy Protection explains how we protect your privacy when we use cookies and other information.


Types of Cookie used by

Cookie’s nameCookie’s Function
3 content management cookiesThese are cookies that are created when you visit the site. They are not used for any purpose
(google analytics)
These cookies are used to collect information about how visitors use the site. These cookies collect anonymous information, including the number of visitors, from which site they visited and which pages they visited.
LiveHelpSessionThis cookie stores the conversation sessions requested by the visitor.
Five Cookies of the Control Panel

The first is created when a visitor enters the site using a partner code. This code is stored and if an order is made within the next 90 days, the partner is rewarded. It is a permanent cookie.
The second cookie is created only when using the detection link (Utilities > Link Tracking). Saves the link from which the user visited our site and is used when placing an order and helps to extract statistics on the effectiveness of the links. It is a permanent cookie.
The third one is created when you login the system to automatically login the SMS service. It is a session cookie.
The fourth cookie is created only if a customer uses the payment method of the installments. It is a session cookie.
The fifth cookie stores a unique code for each visitor with which the system knows the parameters to be downloaded during your navigation. It is a session cookie.

Seven Cookies of SiteLock SealFive of these are permanent cookies. The rest are session cookies.