What is a Cookie?
A cookie is a data file which serves as a unique identifier of the visit. It includes letters and numbers; it is received from our servers and stored on your device (mobile phone, tablet, computer, etc.) when you visit the website.
Cookies collect information on your preferences when you navigate web pages and perform several functions, including checking if you order items, log in, etc.
What Cookies Our Website Uses?
Temporary details about the user’s experience are saved in session cookies. When you close the page, they are deleted. For example, these cookies help improve security when a user accesses the internet banking. They also make the use of the email more convenient.
Persistent cookies are saved on your computer between sessions. Your actions and preferences on the website are saved in these files.
- To keep you logged in;
- To track your activity using Google Analytics;
- In the order forms. You cannot order our writing services if your cookies are disabled;
- To provide around-the-clock online support.
Blocking and Deleting Cookies
You can disable or block cookies any time you want, but given their role in maintaining the usability of our website, we cannot guarantee that our site will work properly if you disable them.
Note that we analyze how users access our website by using Google Analytics. The information about your activity on the website is saved in a cookie and sent to Google. We do it to create statistical reports and to evaluate your use of the website.
For more information on cookies, including how to delete and control them, please visit www.allaboutcookies.org
If you don’t want to be tracked by Google Analytics on any website, please visit http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
We do not obtain any personally identifiable information from cookies.