Cookie Policy

Most websites that you visit today will use cookies in one way or another in order to improve your user experience. Although the use of cookies is generally harmless, some people may find it intrusive and may wish to block some or all cookies, or delete cookies that have already been set. In order to give you a fuller picture about cookies and to allow you to make informed choices, this Policy describes what cookies are, how we may use them on our websites, and what you need to do if you would like to adjust your cookie settings.


Please note that, by using this website, you agree to our use of cookies as described in this Policy.



1. What is a cookie?

Cookies are text-only strings of information that are downloaded to your personal desktop, laptop computer or mobile device (each a “Device”) when you visit a website. Your web browser then sends these cookies back to the originating website on each subsequent visit, or to another website that recognizes those cookies. You can find more information about cookies at


Cookies are very helpful and can be used for many different purposes. These include allowing you to navigate between pages efficiently, remembering your preferences, and making the interaction between you and the website quicker and easier. Sometimes cookies are used to help ensure that the adverts you see online are relevant to you and your interests.

  1. Setting and storing cookies

Cookies may be set either by the website you are visiting (“first party cookies”) or by third party websites who run content on the website you are looking at (“third party cookies”).


They may be stored either for the duration of your visit to the website or for repeat visits. We will use the following terms to describe the storing of cookies:


Session cookie: A cookie that allows us to link your actions during a browser session. A browser session starts when you open the browser window and finishes when you close it. Session cookies are created temporarily and are deleted once the browser window is closed.


Persistent cookie: A cookie that remains on your Device for the period of time specified in the cookie and activated each time you visit the website that created that particular cookie.

  1. Different types of cookies

There are four main types of cookies:

Strictly necessary cookies: These cookies are essential in order to enable you to move around and use the features of a website, or to provide a service requested by you. For example, remembering items you have placed in an online shopping basket. We do not need to obtain your consent in order to use these cookies.


Functionality cookies: These cookies allow the website to remember choices you make (such as your user name, language or the region you are in) and provide enhanced, more personal features. For instance, a website may be able to provide you with local weather reports or traffic news by using a cookie to store information about the region in which you are currently located, remember changes you have made to text size, fonts and other parts of web pages that you can customize, and provide services you have asked for. The information these cookies collect may be anonymized and they cannot track your browsing activity on other websites.


Performance cookies: These cookies collect information about how you use a website, for instance which pages you go to most often, and if you get error messages from them. These cookies don’t collect information that identifies you. All of the information collected by these cookies is aggregated and therefore anonymous. It is only used to improve how the website works.


Targeting cookies or advertising cookies: These cookies are used to deliver adverts that are more relevant to you and your interests. They are also used to limit the number of times you see an advertisement as well as help measure the effectiveness of the advertising campaign. They are usually placed by advertising networks with the website operator’s permission. They remember that you have visited a website and this information is shared with other organizations such as advertisers. Quite often targeting or advertising cookies will be linked to site functionality provided by the other organization.




2. How we use cookies

We may use cookies on our websites for software accessed on our website and for information accessible from our websites, such as information about playing online games and our special offers. We never place third party advertising on our websites, but we do allow third parties to set cookies on our websites that enable us to provide more relevant advertisements to you on other websites.


Except as described in this Cookie Policy, we never share cookie information with third parties.


We use or may use the following cookies on our websites:


  1. Strictly necessary cookies


First party strictly necessary cookies in order to track referrals to our websites from third party affiliate websites. These cookies are persistent, and usually have a lifespan of two years. We combine your registration information with these cookies so that we know which affiliate you signed up with.


  1. Functionality cookies


_test: to check if you have enabled cookies. It is a session cookie.


_ps_visit: to detect if you have viewed the cookie information notice, and will prevent the webpage from showing the banner again. It is a persistent cookie with a permanent lifespan.


_ps_close: in connection with our mobile banner, in order to detect if you have closed it. The cookie is persistent with a permanent lifespan.


_ps_webcashier: in connection with our mobile applications, in order to detect if you have downloaded the client application and to show alternative buttons. This cookie is persistent with a lifespan of 3 months.


PHPSESSID: to record the start time of your browsing session for caching purposes, and makes the website more responsive. It is a session cookie.


k visit: used from time to time in connection with a user survey feature on our website, which we use to solicit feedback about our site and programming. It is a persistent cookie with a lifespan of one year.


Login ID, Session ID, Signature, Web Token: used for login purposes. They are session cookies.


Web ID: used to convert your username into a number. It is used for security purposes. It is a persistent cookie.


Install ID (WIID): used for security purposes and to track what you have done on the site. It is a persistent cookie.


Login Source: used to understand how you are using the site and which platforms you are using. It is a persistent cookie.


Country Code: lets us provide you with the correct country specific content. It is a persistent cookie.

GUI Version: lets us see how you are using our websites so we can provide a better overall support service should any issue with our sites arise. It is a persistent cookie.


We use the following third party functionality cookie:


Adobe Flash Player: stores user preferences. It is a persistent cookie with a permanent lifespan.



  1. Performance cookies

We sometimes use or may use the following third party performance cookies on our websites:


Google Analytics (_utma, _utmb, _utmc, _utmt, _utmv, _utmz, _ga, _gat, _gat_t1): Google Analytics is a web analytics service provided by Google, Inc. ( Google Analytics sets cookies in order to evaluate our online services and our mobile apps and provide us with reports about how they are used. We also use Google Analytics to run content experiments so that we can test and improve our websites. Google Analytics uses both session and persistent cookies. The persistent cookies usually have lifespans of between six months and two years.




3. How to manage your cookie settings


There are various ways in which you can manage and control your cookie settings.


You should bear in mind that, by deleting or blocking cookies, some or all of the websites you visit (or features of them) may not work properly or as effectively.


If you disable “_ps_visit” cookie, or if you delete all cookies, then your preferences will not be remembered and you will be informed about cookies each time you visit our site.


  1. Turning off cookies via your web browser

Most modern web browsers will provide you with some general information about cookies, enable you to see what cookies you’ve got, allow you to delete them all or on an individual basis, and enable you block or allow cookies for all websites or individually selected websites. You can also normally turn off third party advertising cookies separately.


Please note that if you adjust your cookie settings via your web browser then, unless you delete or block each cookie individually, the changes will apply to all websites that you visit – not just our websites. You will also need to adjust your cookies on a browser-by-browser basis.


Information about cookies is usually found in the ’Help‘ section of the web browser.



  1. Turning off third party cookies


    1. Turning off third party functionality cookies

You can turn off third party Adobe Flash Player cookies by visiting the following link:

    1. Turning off third party performance cookies

You can opt out of having your anonymous browsing activity recorded by the third party performance cookies described in ‘How we use cookies’ above by visiting the relevant companies’ websites at the following links:


Google Analytics -


Please bear in mind that, if you disable the above performance cookies, we will not be able to learn what people like or dislike about our sites. This makes it harder for us to improve our sites and make the experience better for you.





4. Updates to this policy

We aim to keep this Cookie Policy updated. You are expected to check this page from time to time to take notice of any changes we make. Notwithstanding the foregoing there may be occasions when the list is incomplete or out-of-date. If you require confirmation of the cookies currently in use by us on any particular date, please contact Support.


Last updated: March 21 2021