What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files, also referred to as messages, that are placed on your device, whether a computer (desktop or laptop), mobile phone or other, when you visit our website. A cookie file is stored on your device and allows us, or third-parties which may be linked to on our website.
Types of cookies
The length of time a cookie will remain on your device will depend on the type of cookie. We use
two types of cookies on our website:
These are temporary cookies which only exist during the time you use the website (or more specifically, until you close the browser after using the website). Persistent cookies help us to identify you as a unique visitor of our website. We use session cookies because they help our website remember what you chose on the previous page, avoiding the need to re-enter information.
These are cookies which stay on your device after you’ve visited our website. For example, if you select an option on the site which stories your login, password or personal information for future access when you log into your Merchant or Member account, a persistent cookie will be used, so that our website remembers you when you return to use it.
Third party websites
control over the use of their cookies; we have zero responsibility for any content contained in
these third parties. Third parties include, but are not limited to, any website outside of the
InventoryClub Ecosystem, search engines, measurement and analytics service providers, marketing
& advertising companies and social media networks. We recommend that you check the privacy and
cookies policies of those websites for information about the cookies they may use and the
collection of personal data
If you have any questions about this Cookies Policy, please contact us.
Send Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any serious issues with how we handle your personal information, you can complain to the relevant data protection authority. This may be the in the EU member state in which you live and/or work, or in the place where the alleged breach of data protection law has taken place. The relevant data protection authority in the United Kingdom is the Inform