What are cookies?
Cookies are small files of letters and numbers that are downloaded onto your computer or mobile phone or other handheld device when you visit a website.
Cookies allow websites to:
- Remember your preferences;
- Personalise websites to your interests.
Cookies do not harm your computer/device.
Generally our cookies perform four different functions:
Strictly necessary cookies
These cookies are used for technical purposes essential to the effective operation of the Unbound website, particularly in relation to online transactions.
These help us personalise the Unbound site to you. We use functionality cookies to keep track of whether you’ve used the site before, remembering who you are when you return to the site and your preferred currency. We don't save personal information such as credit card details in the cookies we create.
We use performance cookies to help us analyse how visitors use the Unbound site and to monitor performance. This allows us to provide a high quality experience by customising our offering and quickly identifying and fixing any issues that arise. For example we use Google Analytics cookies to help us understand how customers arrive at the Unbound site, browse or use our Site and highlight areas where we can improve such as navigation, the pledging experience and marketing campaigns.
Marketing services cookies
These cookies allow the website to remember your activities on our website to help us provide you with better customer service. For example, they collect information about which pages you’ve visited to help our customer service team diagnose any issues or bugs you report.
How to manage cookies
You can manage your Unbound cookie settings using our cookies settings tool.
More information about cookies
Useful information about cookies, including information about deleting or blocking cookies, can be found at: http://www.allaboutcookies.org.
Information on the ICC (UK) UK cookie guide can be found on the ICC website section: http://www.international-chamber.co.uk/our-expertise/digitaleconomy.