What Are Cookies?
A cookie is a tiny text file that contains some information that may be passed back and forth between your browser (e.g. Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, or Safari) and a computer running a website. It does not contain any code or personal information about you and cannot do anything. Most websites set them and many cannot function properly without them. Typically they just contain a long string of letters and numbers set at random so that the server knows that a visitor is the same as before. This means, for example, that someone can log in to a website and stay logged in.
What type of cookies does Poshcuffs use?
Poshcuffs only sets one single cookie known as a Session Cookie, this is a single code to identify your computer session uniquely, it does not identify you, all other information is stored securely on our server and if it does not relate to a purchase is deleted shortly after you leave. We do not show third party content in our pages of any sort, including advertising so we do not knowingly expose you to third party cookies except for that of our secure payment gateway provided by Sagepay when you make a purchase, you can find further information about Sagepay from http://www.sagepay.com. We do not use any third party analytics or tracking in our website.
Can I stop Poshcuffs cookies?
Yes, you can disable cookies in your browser option settings either entirely for all websites or by a single domain, however you will no longer be able to buy anything from us, this is because our shopping cart cannot store information specifically for you without a cookie.
Can I see Poshcuffs cookies?
Yes, in your browsers privacy settings you can browse all of the cookies saved on your computer and see the contents of the cookie. You will see that it has a name and a code along with an expiry date, you can delete them after you have used our website if you choose.
Does Poshcuffs use third party cookies?
No, we do not knowingly expose any third party cookies except google analytics, we do not use any advertising or tracking cookies.