Cookies are small helpful computer files downloaded onto your computer when you visit a website, which store a site name and unique identification value, similar to an ID card. These do not harm your computer or contain any programs or viruses.
Cookies are harmless files designed to make the website experience easier and more productive for you. They allow the website to respond to you as an individual.
A cookie does not contain any of your personal information, or give us access to your computer or personal details. Instead they allow us to monitor and resolve errors, and to tailor information and messages specifically to your needs and tastes.
We use the following types of cookies:
|Google Analytics||- These cookies allow our web servers to respond to your actions. Allowing you to receive product quotes.|
|ASP.NET||- These cookies allow our web servers to respond to your actions. Allowing you to receive product quotes.|
Functioning: To help us improve our website we track the path consumers take. This allows us to find any errors or problem pages that may arise and to resolve them as quickly as possible.
Marketing: This collects demographic information, so we are able to tailor offers and money savings deals which you would be interested in. Accepting these cookies will mean you are not shown adverts that you won’t be interested in.
Our site is not limited by cookies, although we would like you to accept our cookies, it would function in exactly the same way if you chose to disable them. We have not jeopardise the functionality of site in any way however allowing the cookies will mean we can continue to improve our site for you the customer.
All computer browsers’ work differently – so the best way to manage or disable your cookies is to click help in your browser tool bar (normally at the top of the screen) Then within the search bar type cookies. A step by step guide show appear to direct you to your cookies.