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What is a cookie:
Cookies are small text files that are saved your browsers after visiting a webpage. Their purpose is to inform any webpages you visit about your activities during your previous visit. They could include data such us user names and passwords that you would like your browser to recall in coming visits so that there is no need for you to repeatedly log into the same account.

Cookies are separated in the following categories
1) Necessary Cookies
That allow the execution of basic activities on a website such as adding items to a basket, handling transactions, or saving an item on a wish list. Without those absolutely necessary cookies, your personal experience and navigation of a website will be hindered as basic e-commerce functions will not be operating normally.

2) Performance Cookies
Performance cookies collect data relevant to how visitors use a webpage and allow us to see which pages are often visited, which pages present navigational errors and more. Performance cookies do not collect any kind of information that might identify the webpage's visitor.

3) Functionality Cookies - Analytics
Functionality Cookies memorise and recall your preferences during the navigation of our website so that we can present you with items that might be of interest to you. At the same time they allow us to evaluate the performance of several of our webpage's functions. 

4) Ad Cookies
Ad Cookies are used to supply you with ads relevant to you and your interests. They may also be used to target and personalise ads directed to you and the minimization of unnecessary pointless ads. At the same time they also assist us in evaluating the effectiveness of our ad campaigns.

How can I deactivate cookies on my browser?

At any time you can deactivate and block the use of cookies by your browser. However, this might interupt the normal functioning of our webpage for you.

If you are using Internet Explorer:

1. Select "Internet Options" from your "Tools" Menu

2. Click on the tab "Privacy Policy"

3. Select the proper settings.

If you are using Google Chrome:

1. Select “Settings” and then “advanced”

2. In the "Privacy Policy" section select "Content Settings"

3. Select "Cookies" and set your prefered policy.

If you are using Safari:

1. Select “Preferences” and then “Privacy”

2. Click on "Block all Cookies".

If you are using Mozilla Firefox:

1. Select from the menu "Tools" and then "Options"

2. Click on "Privacy"

3. Locate the "Cookies" menu and select original settings

If you are using Opera 6.0:

1. Select from the menu “Files" and then “Preferences"

2. Click on “Privacy”.

3. Set your cookies options