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COOKIES POLICY

This Cookies policy is an integral part of the Conditions of Use and the Privacy Policy of the website Yudonpay https://yudonpay.uk/ (from here on, “the Website”).  In accessing and navigating the Website, or in using the services of the same, it is implied that you accept the terms and conditions outlined in the Conditions of Use and in the Privacy Policy.

With the purpose of facilitating your navigation of the Website Smart Dreams Factory S.L (from here on, “Yudonpay”) with the address Gta. De Quevedo Nº5, Interior 1º Derecha, 28015 Madrid, with NIF/CIF B-87541652, inform you that cookies, or similar, (from here on, “cookies”) are used on the Website.

With the objective of guaranteeing the user all the information necessary for correct navigation, we outline the following information about cookies, what type of cookies exist in our Website, and how it is possible to configure or disable them.

1. What are cookies?

Currently all websites, regardless of what service they provide, use cookies. That is to say they save minimal information on user actions on the Website.  A cookie could be defined as a small text file which is downloaded to the user’s terminal when they browse the web.  Their purpose is to store data which can be collected by the body responsible for their installation, to improve navigation and user experience.

2. Types of cookies

Presently, the Website uses third party cookies. The cookies are stored on your computer for a determined length of time, you can consider these session cookies (they expire when you leave our website) or persistent cookies (which are stored for a longer time).  The cookies currently used on the Website are:

 

Technical cookies or “strictly necessary cookies”

These cookies are considered vital for the successful navigation of the Website.  They provide the user with all the benefits and tools necessary, for example in identifying your session, accessing restricted areas, remembering details which are important in making a request or filling in a form, signing up to a service, or facilitating direct contact with Yudonpay via chat, amongst others.  Without these cookies, the aforementioned functions would not be possible.

 

Functional cookies

These cookies allow the Website to remember the decision the user has made, for example: it will gather information on the geographical location of the user to ensure that the correct website is shown for their region, language, browser type etc.  The objective of this is to provide a service which is highly personalised.

The information gathered by these cookies is anonymous, the user cannot be identified personally, and is used exclusively for the functionality of the Website.

 

Advertising cookies

These cookies are used by advertising operators with the permission of the Website.  They collect information about preferences and choices made by the user in their navigation of the Website.  They relay these to ad networks which use them to later show the user personalised advertising content on other websites.

 

Google Analytics cookies

Yudonpay, via the Website, uses Google Analytics, a service provided by Google, Inc., whose principal offices are: 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View (California), CA 94043, the United States of America (from here on, “Google“).

Google Analytics use cookies to analyse the use of the Website by the users.  The information generated by the cookie (including the IP address) will be directly transmitted to, and archived by Google on their servers in the USA.  Google will use this information on Yudonpay’s behalf to track the use of the website, compiling the activity of the Website and providing other services related to the Website activity and internet use.  Google can pass  this information on to third parties when the law requires it, or when said third parties treat the information on behalf of Google.  Google will not associate your IP address with any available data.

 

In using this site please be aware of the transmission of your information to Google in the manner and for the reasons indicated above.

If you want more information with respect to this, you can visit the following site:  http://www.google.com/intl/es/analytics/.

3. Summary of the cookies used in the Website

COOKIESCOMPANYPURPOSEDURATION
_gaGoogle AnalyticsAnalytics: Used to distinguish anonymous users and control visits. This cookie analyses interactions made by users with the purpose of optimising services offered by the Website.2 years
_gatGoogle AnalyticsAnalytics: Used to differentiate between the distinct objects being tracked in the session.5 days
_gidGoogle AnalyticsAnalytics: Used to differentiate between users.5 days
intercom-id-
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IntercomTechnical: Used to provide users with personalised attention via chat with technical support staff. To obtain more information about these cookies and how to deactivate them, visit the Cookies Policy from Intercom.
YPDWEB1WordPressUntil the end of the session
wordpress_test_cookieWordPressUntil the end of the session
wordpress_logged_
in_36ec549b66ad4
868f5643b3c15730
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WordPressUntil the end of the session
Facebook Custom
Audience
FacebookAdvertising: Used to show advertising or promotions which are personalised and related to the services of the Website. For more information: Facebook Data Policy
DoubleclickGoogleAdvertising: Used to show advertising or promotions which are personalised and related to the services of the Website. For more information: Google Data Policy

 

4. How to disable cookies

The majority of computers accept the use of cookies automatically.  However, the user can decide to keep cookies enabled or not in their computer.  Disabling cookies can mean losing some optimum functionality of the Website, leaving some characteristics or services unavailable.  However, even having disabled all cookies the browser will still collect certain information essential for the functioning of a basic website.

A user who wants to disable cookies can do so via the preferences section of their internet browser.  Depending of the browser they should follow the steps indicated to modify the configuration of cookies on their computer.

Last updated: 16th July 2018