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Privacy policy

Cookie policy


This website is privately owned and is not affiliated with the Post Office. Remember that we are never going to solicit any personal information, ID or credentials. Official Post Office website: https://www.postoffice.co.uk/

This cookies policy explains what cookies are, how Post Office uses them on our websites, and what you can do to manage how they're used.


Cookies and how they work


When you visit a website, a small file called a cookie is saved onto the device you’re using. Most cookies need your permission – or ‘Consent’ – first. But some (usually session cookies) are essential so don’t need Consent.

When you next visit the same website, the cookie it placed on your device is retrieved.

There are several different types of cookie for different purposes. Some help the site load faster or be more personalised to your interests, preferences and the adverts you might like to see. Others help us improve our websites and user experience.

Some provide security and prevent fraud and are strictly necessary to give you access to the information or services you’re requesting online.


Our approach to cookies


At PostOfficeUk.net, we’re continually checking and improving how we present our content to you. Cookies are one of the ways we can give you our best possible website experience.

Whether cookies require your Consent or not, we’ll always tell you how we’re using them here in our cookie policy. Like any technology, they can change over time, so check back regularly for the latest on how they’re used.


Cookies are a choice you make per device


So, if you access the same web page on different devices (a phone, tablet, laptop or desktop, for instance), you need to set your cookie preferences for each device.

If you say no to advertising cookies on a laptop, for example, you’ll still get adverts on your phone if you’ve not chosen the same preferences for it.


The different categories of cookies


There are two categories of cookie:

Session cookies are only active while you visit a website. They usually make sure your visit's secure or save things while you’re there. As soon as you close your browser, these cookies are deleted.

Persistent cookies stay stored on your device until their expiry date (if they have one) or you delete them. They usually capture what you do on the site, the pages you view, how long for, and your marketing and advertising preferences.


What type of data do cookies contain?


The types of data stored in cookies will depend on their purpose and specific websites. This list isn’t exhaustive, but examples are:

  • Websites you visit / browsing history
  • The type of device you use
  • Software and hardware on your device
  • A unique ID
  • A session ID
  • A session start and end time
  • Specific pages you look at
  • The date you visit the website
  • The cookie’s expiry date
  • Your preferences
  • Your IP address

What cookies do we use?


Our website uses three types of cookies which are Sessions, Statistics and Marketing

Sessions

We use PHP for the development of this website. PHP stores a Cookie called PHPSESSID for the treatment of sessions.

Name Time Use
PHPSESSID sesión Keeps users logged in and speed up web loading.
FCCDCF sesión Store your cookie preferences
fpestid


Statistics

We use Google Analytics for website statistics. Read more

For more information please read the Google Analytics privacy policy

Name Time Use
_ga 2 years Count and track page views
_gid 1 day Count and track page views
_gat_gtag_UA_* 1 minute Store a unique user ID


Marketing


Google Ads Optimization

We use Google Ads Optimization to show ads. Read more

For more information please read the Google Ads Optimization privacy policy

Name Time Use
google_experiment_mod 3 month Store and track visits across multiple websites


Google Ads

We use Google Ads for ads purposes. Read more

For more information please read the Google Ads privacy policy

Name Time Use
goog_pem_mod persistent Store information for remarketing purposes Enable ad serving or retargeting
ads/ga-audiences nothing Store information for remarketing purposes
__gads persistent Google DoubleClick. Allows advertisement.
aceptada 1 month Saves your cookie preferences.
adsense 1 month Saves your cookie preferences.
analytics 1 month Saves your cookie preferences.
google_auto_fc_cmp_setting
google_adsense_settings
__gads



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