What is a cookie?
Cookies on PayEx websites
PayEx uses persistent cookies and session cookies as described below. The information in these cookies is only linked to your computer (via your IP address) and your visit to PayEx websites (PayEx.se, PayEx.no, PayEx.dk, PayEx.fi, PayEx.com).
What types of cookies does PayEx use?
Session cookies are stored temporarily in your computer’s memory while you are browsing a website. Session cookies are not stored permanently but disappear once you close the browser.
Persistent cookies save a file on your computer for a predetermined period (up to two years). They are used, for example, to enable the website to recognise you and your chosen preferences.
Cookies collect data that is used to improve PayEx websites, ads and offers, and to provide functionality.
We use Adform for retargeting ads. Targeting cookies are used to:
- Collect information about page visits on the websites, and personal information to provide targeted ads on third party platforms.
Performance cookies collect statistics that are used to improve PayEx websites and offers. We use Google Analytics for web statistics. No personal information is collected through performance cookies. Google Analytics is used to:
- Calculate the number of unique visitors to the website.
- Collect anonymous data about user behaviour.
The website’s cookie management tool sets cookies to:
- Enable cookie management and user preferences.
- Determine whether or not cookies are enabled in the browser.
For customer service on the website, an FAQ tool is used that sets cookies to:
- Display FAQs and enable methods of contact.
- Facilitate navigation.
Consent to cookies on PayEx websites
Your consent is required to set cookies that are not necessary for the website to function. Consent is given by cookies being accepted on the website. You can change or withdraw your consent to cookies on the website or through your browser’s settings at any time.
Click the button below to change your consent settings.