On our site, we use various services that use “cookies”, the most important of which are: Google Analytics, Google Search Console and Facebook Pixel, which are used to track visits to the site.
The purpose of Google Analytics and Google Search Console is to collect purely statistical data about visits to our website, in the sense that we get information about the number of interested users who visit our website every day, how long they stay on certain pages, etc.
Facebook Pixel is a code that collects data about visitors, if they have an active Facebook profile. This data is used to better adapt our offer to your interests, as well as to show our advertisements to those individuals who are interested in our offer.
Transfera has no insight into individual information about users that has been collected using “cookies”.
You can find out more about “cookies” at this address: http://www.allaboutcookies.org/
There are 2 types of “cookies” we use: first-party “cookies” and third-party “cookies”. Both types of “cookies” are used to track user activity on the site, in order to improve the user experience. The difference between these two types of “cookies” comes from the way the user collects and uses them.
First-party “cookies” are stored directly on the site or domain you are currently using. Their function is to enable the site owner to collect data about the site visit, to remember the options selected by the user (selected language, filters), or to improve the site visit experience.
Third-party “cookies” are created by websites with a different domain than the one you visited. These codes (“cookies”) most often play a role in advertising on the site, but they also serve the purpose of analyzing visits. They are subsequently installed on the site and are in use as soon as the site loads that code. Nowadays, all websites have third-party “cookies”. An example of a third-party “cookie” on our site is Google Analytics.
If you do not agree with the use of “cookies” on our website while you are using it, it is enough just to not accept that option when it opens to you when entering our web address.
If you still want to check and turn off data collection in this way, it is enough to go to the web browser you are using (Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera, Safari …) and click on settings, and then on privacy and/or security. When you disable “cookies”, it may happen that you will not be able to use some of the functions on certain websites.