A cookie is a small file which is placed on your computer, just like an image or a web page file. The difference with a cookie is that it contains information which allows a website to identify you as you click from one page to the next, or when you return to the website. It can also be used to allow personalisation of a website.
The cookies used and the information held within them have no personal information and cannot be used to identify you as a person. For this reason we consider our cookies to be completely non-intrusive.
We also work with third parties who advertise our products on their websites. You may have found us today by clicking on such a link. We allow these websites to place a tracking cookie so that we can count the number of sales they have provided us with. These cookies also hold no personal information and are considered non-intrusive.
You can choose to accept or decline cookies. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can usually modify your browser setting to decline cookies if you prefer. This may prevent you from taking full advantage of the website and could prevent you from completing some purchases through our site.
The cookies we use do not contain any sensitive information such as your name, address or any payment details. Sensitive information which you choose to provide to us as part of the quotation process is stored securely and is not collected in the form of a cookie. Only information which is relevant to your visit to Economycover.com is stored in the form of a cookie, for example if you have visited our site previously, we are able to know you have run a quote previously so can deliver appropriate pages relevant to previous journey.
Here is a list of the cookies we use and their purpose:
From Third Parties
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We use DC Storm to help us understand how our customers find our website on search engines.
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We use Google Analytics to help us understand how our customers interact with our website and we use this information to continue to improve the user friendliness of our website.
We use this to track the users coming from our Twitter account.
User to track affiliate ID, which lets us know which of our partners (if any) sent you to our website.
Disabling cookies if you wish to
All browsers have the ability to restrict or completely disallow cookies. You may find your internet experience is disrupted if you do this, but it is entirely within your control. If you wish to change your cookie settings, the following website provides useful information: