This cookie statement was last edited on 28-03-2019
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a simple, small file that is sent along with pages on our website, and is stored on your computer by your internet browser. The stored information can be sent back to our servers at a subsequent visit, or to one of those of a third-party we work with.
What is a script?
A script is a small piece of programming code that is used on our website to make it work well and be interactive. This code is executed on our server or your device.
What is a web beacon?
A web beacon (also known as pixel tag) is a small, invisible bit of text or an image on a website. It is used to map traffic on a website. To this end, some of your data is stored with the help of web beacons, such as information about your web browser and the country from which you are visiting the website. This data is anonymized.
For clarity’s sake, we call all abovementioned technology mentioned in this document cookies. You are always free to disable these cookies. Please keep in mind that, by doing so, our website may not function in an optimal manner.
Which cookies do we place?
We use both functional cookies that we place our self, as well as cookies form third-parties for analytics and marketing goals.
Functional cookies make sure that specific parts of the website work well, and that your user-preferences are saved. For example, cookies are used to show the right font and language settings for you, to remember you if you were logged in and to remember the data you filled into a webform.
All these functionalities do not work without cookies.
Cookies from third-parties
Other than functional cookies, there are also cookies that are not placed or used by us, but by third-parties that are called in by Dynamic Credit and may offer functionalities on the website. We will explain which parties we work with and to what end these cookies are used.
Analytics en statistics
Through our website, cookies are placed by the American company Google, as a part of their Google Analytics service. We use this service to gain insights into how visitors use our website, the use of the Google search-engine and what products our visitors view on our website.
The information that Google collects is anonymized. Your IP-address is explicitly not stored. Google can supply stored information to other third-parties if legally obligated to, or if these third-parties process this information on behalf of Google. Read Google’s privacy statement (which can change regularly) to read about how they process your (personal) data that they collect with these cookies.
Besides the aforementioned Google service for web analytics, we also place cookies by the company Hotjar. We use these cookies to receive reports about how our website is used and where our website receives clicks. These cookies are used to gain better insights in the use of our website, to optimize the website and adapt it to the preferences of our visitors.
By using this service, you can subscribe yourself to updates by Dynamic Credit, that are sent through a notification in your web browser. To remember whether or not you are subscribed to these notifications, PushCrew places a cookie on your device.
This is another Google to which the Google privacy statement applies. With this tool, we can show different versions of the website to different visitors at the same time, to find out which version produces the best user-experience for you.
Ads and tracking
On our website, we use several pieces of technology to show ads and measure the efficacy of these ads. We need the collected data for our affiliate-programme and to show personalised ads to visitors, possibly on other websites.
We use ad-cookies and technology from:
- Google Ads
We do not have influence on the use of data by abovementioned companies and/or third-parties. Please read the privacy statements by these companies to gain more insight into how they process your data (please keep in mind that these privacy statements can change regularly). You can click the relevant links above. For the Google Ads and Doubleclick services, please also see the information regarding Google Analytics. Please also read our own privacy statement for more information about the processing of your data by us. [link to privacy statement]
The right to view and correct or delete your data
You have the right to ask to view and correct or delete your data. We refer you to our privacy statement for more information. To avoid wrongful use of this service, we may ask you to provide adequate identification at such a request.
When the request pertains to the viewing of personal data connected to a cookie, we ask you to send a copy of the cookie in question. Je can find these in the settings of your browser.
Enabling, disabling and removing cookies
Functional cookies are necessary to make the website function properly. These cannot be disabled. By visiting our website, you agree to the use of these cookies. More information about the enabling, disabling and removing of cookies can be found in the Help-function of your browser.
More information about cookies?
On the following websites you can find more information about cookies and how to disable or remove them:
- What are cookies? Computer cookies explained: “What are cookies?”
- How can I delete and remove cookies?: “Deleting and removing Cookies”
- WikiHow: “Disabling Cookies”
- Your Online Choices: “A guide to online behavioural advertising”