Cookies on fincasas.co.uk

We use cookies. It is important that you know why we use cookies, how we do this and what this means for your privacy. On this page we explain what type of cookies we use and you can read how you can arrange the storage of certain cookies on your computer.

What is a cookie and why are these used by us?

Cookies are small files that are stored on your computer. Some cookies are very useful because they ensure that you do not always have to enter the same information when you return to our webshop. Other cookies help us improve our service to you because we see how you use our site. In addition, we use cookies for marketing purposes.

In addition to cookies, we use JavaScript and web beacons. With JavaScript, the information is often collected, stored in a cookie and then sent with a web beacon. These techniques are used in almost all sites.

Cookies are created by us and by third parties. The use of cookies by other companies is bound by the cookie and privacy policy of the company concerned. Note that these statements can change regularly.

Which cookies do you use?

We can divide the cookies into a number of categories. Those are:

- Functional / necessary cookies
- Analytical cookies
- Social media cookies
- Marketing and advertising cookies
- Functional cookies

Functional cookies are necessary for our site to function. With this, for example, we remember which products are in your shopping cart and which products you have recently looked at.

Analytical cookies

We learn from analytical cookies! For example, these cookies collect information about which pages are most visited and which pages generate error messages. We use this information to improve our service to you. We also use cookies to test new functionalities and optimize the website based on how you use our website.

The following third parties place analytical cookies:

- Google Analytics
- Optimizely
- DynamicYield
- Hotjar
- Social media cookies

When you are logged into a social media website such as Facebook or Twitter, you can use extra functionalities. For example, sharing and liking information via social media. For the cookies that the social media parties place and the possible data they collect, we refer to the statements that these parties provide on their own websites.

Marketing and advertising cookies

We use marketing cookies. These cookies allow us to make personalized offers to you (for example via partner sites and on social media). We also place advertising cookies on our webshop and on third party websites. Third parties can also place advertising cookies with us. We can combine the information from these advertising cookies. We do this so that we can provide you with the most relevant offers based on your online surf, search and purchase behavior. Advertising networks and media agencies function with their advertising cookies as intermediaries for webshops and advertisers. On the use of advertising cookies the privacy and cookie statements are referred to the statements that these parties give on their own websites.

The following third parties place marketing and advertising cookies:

- Google
- Facebook
- DoubleClick
- BingAds

What can I do myself in my browser?

In your browser (the application with which you now view our webshop) you can configure how you want to deal with cookies and you can delete existing cookies. In most browsers you can choose to receive a warning when cookies are placed or certain cookies are refused by default. These are settings that you have to set per browser and per device. The refusal of cookies can ensure that our webshop no longer works. It does not mean that you no longer see ads at all. How you adjust these settings and how you delete cookies differs per browser. This is explained in the help function of your browser (press the F1 key to view it) or on the website of the maker. Here you find the explanation for the four most commonly used browsers:

- Chrome
- Firefox
- Internet Explorer
- Safari

Some browsers also have extensions (or 'plugins') available that provide insight into the web beacons used and allow you to disable them. An example is 'Ghostery' for the Chrome browser.