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Cookie policy

What are cookies?

A cookie is a small text file activated on your computer or smart device when you visit a website. When you next visit the website using the same device, the site remembers you and how you used the site previously. Cookies are used to improve the functionality of the website, analyse site traffic and improve user service. Most cookies are stored only for a short period of time, while others can be stored for a longer period.

Inkasso uses cookies to improve user experience and the level of service it provides those visiting its website. The policy below sets out how this is done and how cookies are used and managed.

Cookies enable the website, or other sites, to know which device you will be using on your next visit. Most cookies do not collect personally identifiable data – instead, they collect more general information, such as information on how users reach the site or information on user location.


What type of cookies do we use?

Inkasso uses first-party and third-party cookies.

Inkasso uses first-party and third-party cookies.

First-party cookies originate on the website you visit – in this case, on the Inkasso website. Some of these are necessary for websites to be fully functional and to enable you to use all the services on offer, e.g. gain access to the site’s secure areas. Since these cookies are necessary, they cannot be rejected without impairing the functionality of the website.

Necessary cookies are integral to enabling the website, including logging into the Inkasso systems, to work as it should. They are also used to monitor site productivity and performance and to specifically mark parts relating to user visits. They collect only non-identifiable user information.




Third-party cookies are the result of services that Inkasso purchases from third parties, e.g. analysis and advertisement cookies. This enables Inkasso to better adapt its website to the needs of users, to better analyse use of various parts of the website, to send individual e-mails to users to enhance user experience and level of service, and to prepare marketing material and advertisements that are tailored to certain target groups. This is done by examining such aspects as:

- number of visitors, number of visits, dates and time of visits
- what pages of the website are visited and how often
- types of files accessed from the website
- what devices, operating systems or types of browsers are used to access the website
- what search terms refer searchers to the website.
Third-party cookies send information about you to another website owned by a third party, such as Google, Facebook, Mailchimp or Hotjar. These third parties may also install cookies in your web browser and thereby access information on your visits to the Inkasso website and the material you are interested in consulting.


How can I turn off cookies?

You can turn off cookies in the settings of the browser you are using to visit this website. In most browsers, you can find instructions on how to turn off cookies. On the About Cookies website, you can find detailed information on how to manage cookies in most types of browsers.