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Cookies are small files which are sent and stored on the local browser you use to surf the web. Each page uses usually one or more cookies in order to save temporarily information it deems necessary in order to function properly.
This information falls into 4 basic categories:
Without these cookies the basic functionality of the site would be hindered to a large degree. Functions as member log-in, e-commerce checkouts or online payments would not be possible without these.
Performance cookies are used to gather anonymous statics and to save information regarding site performance and usage.This information is used in order to optimize the performance of the site.
Usage cookies store information in order to provide a better experience when the user revisits the site.The information can be anonymous and is not available to other sites.
Used in order to choose and deliver user interest specific advertisement.
At Scrooge cookies are used in order to provide the best possible service to our users.
For this reason we feel obliged to explain exactly what and how cookies are used throughout the site.
Information stored in these cookies is only for purposes of the main site Scrooge
At Scrooge we use both Google Analytics as well as the DFP Publisher platform from google which do create their responsive cookies
These cookies conform to the google privace policy (http://google.com/intl/el/policies/privacy).
Yes. At Scrooge we take extra care with the personal data of our users and we never share them with other companies or individuals.
Most web browsers by default accept most cookies automatically. If you want to change that you can find the respective settings in the preferences of your browser of choice.
At Scrooge you can use the options at the bottom of the page to not allow usage cookies.
This will stop the processing of usage information on our side, thus some of the functionalities of the site won't be available e.g. "suggested products", "seen recently"
In general, any user can at any time delete all cookies used by his browser. All major browser vendors support this via their preferences or settings screens.