When you visit a website or application, small text files called cookies are downloaded to your computer, tablet, or mobile phone. Each time you visit, the website or application may retrieve these cookies from your web browser (e.g., Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, or Google Chrome) in order to recognise you, remember your preferences, and provide you with a more secure online experience.

Cookies, in general, are very useful and are used by almost every website you visit because they help to make your online experience as smooth as possible. Many websites will not function at all if cookies are not used for security reasons (or other similar technologies, such as "web beacons" or "tags").

Cookies, in general, do not contain any information that can be used to identify an individual person, but rather are used to identify a browser on a specific machine.

If you prefer, you can restrict, block, or delete cookies through your browser settings, but this may cause the website to malfunction.

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Cookies are required.

These cookies are required for you to be able to use the features and services available on the #INSERT SITE HERE website. The services you want to use cannot be provided without these cookies. These cookies do not collect information about you that could be used to identify you, and they do not track or remember your internet activity.

Cookies with a purpose

These cookies enable us to provide you with a more personalized online experience when you visit our website. They do not collect or store any information that would allow us to personally identify you.

Cookies that improve performance

Performance cookies enable us to better understand how our customers interact with our website, allowing us to keep our products and services relevant, easy to use, and up to date. We can, for example, see which products and services are most popular, identify when and where errors occur, and test different versions of a page to provide a better online experience.

Other companies may operate the services we use to collect this information on our behalf at times. They may employ cookie-like technologies known as "web beacons" or "tags." These are anonymous and do not contain or collect any information that can be used to identify you because they are only used for statistical purposes.

Cookie targeting

We work with carefully selected and monitored suppliers (third parties) who may set cookies during your visit. These cookies are used for "behavioural advertising" (also known as "behavioural targeting" or "remarketing"), which is a method of displaying relevant products and services based on what you appear to be interested in. Although these cookies can track your web activity, they do not know who you are. Online advertisements will be less relevant to you and your interests if these cookies are not present.


Most web browsers allow you to delete cookies from your computer's hard drive, block all cookies (or just third-party cookies), or be notified when a cookie is about to be stored on your device.

Please keep in mind that if you choose to block all cookies, our site will not function properly and you will be unable to use or access many of the services we offer. If you have disabled all cookies and want to use all of the features and services we provide, you must enable your cookies. This is something you can do in your browser (see below).

Rather than blocking all cookies, you can choose to only block third-party cookies, allowing our website to function normally.

How to Manage Cookies on a Computer

Follow the steps below to enable cookies on our website.

Chrome by Google

Select "Settings" from the "Tools" menu at the top of your browser.

Click "Show advanced settings," then scroll down to the "Privacy" section and click "Content Settings."

Choose "Allow local data to be set." Check the box next to "Block all third-party cookies without exception" to only accept first-party cookies.

Internet Explorer 6.0, 7.0, 8.0, and 9.0

Select "Internet Options" from the "Tools" menu at the top of your browser, then the "Privacy" tab.

Check that your privacy settings are set to Medium or lower, which will allow cookies to be used in your browser.

If it is set higher than the medium level, it will prevent the use of cookies.

Firefox by Mozilla

Select "Options" from the "Tools" menu at the top of your browser.

Then click the "Privacy" button.

Select "Allow pages to create cookies" under "Cookies."


Select "Settings" from the gear icon at the top of your browser.

Select the option "Disable the use of cookies by third parties and advertising cookies" after clicking the "Privacy" tab.

Click the "Save" button.

How to Control Cookies on a Mac

Follow the steps below to enable cookies on our website.

OS X supports Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0.

Select "Settings" from the "Explorer" menu at the top of your browser.

Scroll down to the "Received Files" section and look for the "Cookies" section.

Select "Do not inquire."

OS X Safari

Select "Settings" from the "Safari" menu at the top of your browser.

Then, under "Privacy," select "Enable cookies."

Choose "only the pages you've visited."

On Mac OS X, Mozilla and Netscape

Select "Settings" from the "Mozilla" or "Netscape" menu at the top of your browser.

Scroll down to "Privacy & Security" and click on "Cookies."

Select "Allow cookies from the original site only."


Select "Settings" from the "Menu" menu at the top of your browser.

Then click the "Options" tab and then the "Advanced" button.

Choose "Enable cookies."3