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Terms and conditions of our Cookies policy

AVK19 make use of cookies when you enter our website platform.


Our website makes use of cookies as well as web beacons.

Cookies are small text files generated when you visit our website (use our online services) that reside on your computer and can uniquely identify your browser.

We use three types of Cookies :

1. A Session Cookie - this is used when you are viewing our website and it expires after you leave the website.

2. A Registration Cookie - this is a small file that is generated when you register (log on) onto the website and remains on the computer you registered from and is used to recognise you when you register (log on) again to the website using the same computer. We use cookies on our website to allow you to set your individual preferences and to help us provide a better user experience.

3. Third-party cookies of suppliers - this type of cookie sets its own cookies on our website with our permission to enhance customer experience and functionality and to deliver the services that they are providing. For more information about this type of cookie and the possibilities to opt-out or change your cookies settings, you can view your individual privacy policy here. 

Cookies help us to study traffic patterns on our web site, store user preferences and track user trends on our web site, so that we can understand which parts of our web site are popular and make browsing an even more rewarding experience for our users. We may also use cookies when you register on-line for services or information.

You may choose to decline cookies if your browser permits, but doing so may affect your use of our web site, for example your ability to access certain features of the site or to engage in transactions and tailored advertising.

If you opt out of interest-based advertising cookies, you may still see advertising online but it will no longer be tailored to your interests.

Tracking tags/Beacons : Each web page in our web sites contains tracking beacons/tracking pixels that allow us to follow your progress through the various pages within the web site. This information is then aggregated (de-personalised) before being analysed.


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