What are Cookies?
A cookie is a small line of text that is stored by your browser on your computer's hard drive.
We use them to measure visits and improve content and navigation on our website, to confirm your login
and to remember personalized details and to facilitate the availability of the services on the website.
They are also an important part of data security. In some cases, a cookie uses your IP address, which may qualify as personal data under applicable data protection laws. The next time you visit the same website, cookies ensure that your device is recognized. By using cookies and similar technologies such as pixel tags/beacons and scripts, this website can save information about visits and visitors. We place some of the cookies on the websites ourselves, while other cookies are placed by third parties. Third-party cookies may collect data outside our websites as well.
Adjusting Cookie Settings and Deleting CookiesYou can always object to the use our cookies and adjust the cookie settings in your browser, e.g. Google Analytics for Display Advertising and customize Google Display Network ads using the Ads Preferences Manager. Some features of our website and service, such as personalization and account information, require that cookies be turned on when you visit the website. If you wish, you can turn on your browser cookie preference when using these features, and then turn them off when you visit other websites. You can find more information about cookies and how to delete or block cookies on the website About Cookies or All About Cookies
You can also change cookies settings in your browser. You need to separately adjust the settings for each browser and each computer. The links below will take you directly to your browser's user guide.
Please note that, if you adjust the cookie settings for IDcheck, you may not be able to use some parts of IDcheck correctly.
Tyes Of Cookies
Functional CookiesThese are cookies which enable users to view IDcheck, use the functions on the website and gain access to secured portions of them. The information collected through these cookies is not used for marketing purposes. If use of this type of cookie is not allowed, it may not be possible to view all parts of the website; there may be less support and your preferences will not be remembered.
Analytic CookiesThese cookies help IDcheck to improve its website. The cookies collect information about the way in which visitors use IDcheck, including information about the pages most visited, or the number of error messages displayed. WebAnalytics cookies are one example of this type of cookie.
Marketing and Other CookiesMarketing cookies are typically placed on IDcheck by advertising networks. These networks are companies which act as intermediaries between IDcheck and advertisers. These cookies are used to show relevant, personalized advertisements or offers through every type of medium (such as e-mail, social media and banner ads) based on your visit to and click behavior on IDcheck; limit the number of times each advertisement is displayed; measure the effectiveness of an advertising campaign; or make a link with social media, so you will be recognized when you wish to use social media through IDcheck.
More About CookiesYour Online Choices is a website offered by the internet advertising industry which contains information about behavioural advertising, online privacy and opt-out options.
Please note that our website uses Google Analytics with the "_anonymizeIp()"method and your IP address is truncated by the last octet prior to its storage to avoid identification.
Policy Regarding Other CookiesBelow is a list of other cookies that may be used on the IDcheck website and platform.
Adroll Roundtrip cookies retarget campaigns to keep track of ads you have seen, or ads to which your browser has been exposed. This helps deliver ads that are relevant to your browsing habits.
Bing Ads promote products on Bing, AOL and Yahoo by using a cookie to record the completion of you submitting a web form.
Demand Base cookies are used for advertising and analytics purposes, such as to identify returning business visitors to a website and show them more relevant content.
Engagio The Engagio cookie analyses how many unique anonymous page visits are occurring. It does not capture any information. It just keeps track of whether it is the first time or subsequent time on a site.
Marketo Marketo's Munchkin cookie is used for tracking end-user page visits and clicks to our Marketo landing pages and external web pages. These are recorded in Marketo as 'Visit Web Page' and 'Clicked Link on Web Page' activities, which can subsequently be used in triggers and filters for smart campaigns and smart lists.
Salesforce Live Agent Each new visitor is associated with a session key, which Salesforce creates automatically. A session key is a unique ID that is stored in the visitor record and on the visitor's computer as a cookie. If a customer participates in multiple chats, Salesforce uses the session key to link the customer to their visitor record, associating that record to all related chat transcripts.