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Cookies allow us to collect information about how you use your device for web browsing. Storing a “cookie” consists of “tagging” an internet user’s device.
Cookies allow us to offer content that is tailored to the pages that have been visited on a device. Cookies are not directly tied to personal information. If you have not entered any personal information while visiting the website, the cookie issuer only knows that someone using your device with your cookie has returned to the website.
Only the cookie issuer can read or modify the information contained in the cookie. No banking information is stored in cookies. Cookies cannot harm the device you are using in any way.
You should know, however, that if you deactivate cookies, your browsing experience on our website might be adversely affected. Some of the website’s features only work if cookies are activated. In addition, refusing to accept cookies can also cause other websites to malfunction.