What is a cookie?

Cookies are small encrypted text files that are stored on your computer or other device when visiting a website.

Rydlevsky requires the use of some cookies to enable certain site functionality to work. Without cookies you will not be able to place your order or experience the site properly.

How we use cookies

  • To ensure the website operates effectively from a technical perspective, including online transactions.

  • Assist with Rydlevsky marketing, including banner advertising.

  • To enable Rydlevsky to collect certain, anonymous and non-personal information on the shopping habits of our customers, including pages viewed.

  • To track transactions where visitors have come from third party sites, usually through our affiliate network.

  • We will never store your personal or payment information through the use of cookies.

We may place cookies on your device. To identify one page request from another, this site uses a common technique called "HTTP-header cookies". These cookies do not contain any personal information. They indicate that a page request is from someone who has already visited the site. Your browser may be set up to warn you whenever a site sends your browser a cookie. If a pop-up message asks you to accept or reject the use of cookies, you should accept it. This site will not work without them.

By using this site you consent to cookies being used.

Can I disable cookies?

It is possible to turn off your cookies through your website browser settings however this will affect the functionality and experience of our site. Please see below for an explanation of how to disable cookies on various browsers.

For Google Chrome:

  1. Click the Chrome menu on the browser toolbar

  2. Select “Settings”

  3. Click “Show advanced settings”

  4. In the “Privacy” section, click the “Content settings” button

  5. In the “Cookies” section select the relevant options

For Mozilla Firefox:

  1. At the top of the Firefox window, click on the “Firefox” button (Tools menu in Windows XP) and then click “Options”

  2. Select the “Privacy” panel

  3. Set “Firefox will:” to “Use custom settings for history” and select the relevant options

For Microsoft Internet Explorer:

  1. Choose the menu “tools” then “Internet Options”

  2. Click on the “privacy” tab

  3. Select the appropriate setting

For Opera:

  1. At the top of the window, click on the “Opera” button

  2. Highlight “settings” and click “preferences”

  3. Select the “advanced” tab, click “cookies” and select the relevant options

First and third-party cookies

Rydlevsky uses two main types of cookies - first party and third-party. First-party cookies are cookies that Rydlevsky uses and third-party cookies are those that have been placed by our business partners, including social media sites and search engines.

First-party cookies:

 

Issuing website        

Cookie name

Expire time

Purpose of cookie

Rydlevsky.pl

…...............

End of Session

Maintains your connection with server whilst visiting our site

Rydlevsky.pl

…............

2 years

Permit posting to social networks using the add this component

Rydlevsky.pl

…..........

2 years

Helps retain your basket contents when you revisit the site

Rydlevsky.pl

….......

End of Session

Maintains your ability to login to the website

Rydlevsky.pl

…......

90 days

Ascertains where you have visited the site from  e.g. which affiliate

Rydlevsky.pl

….........

90 days

Identifies if you have reached the site via an affiliate

Rydlevsky.pl

…........

End of Session

Identify if you have reached the site via an advertising email

Rydlevsky.pl

….........

End of Session

Allows you to use Rydlevsky Live Chat

 

Third Party Cookies:

Google.com

_utma

End of Session

This Cookie is used to identify unique visitors to Rydlevsky. The results are sent to our Google Analytics account so that we may see how many unique visitors come to this site based over a period of time.

Google.com

_utmb

End of Session

This cookie is used by Google Analytics to determine the visitor session times on our sites. Each time you visit a new page on the site the cookie is set to expire within 30 minutes, if it does not find an existing cookie, a new one is created.

Google.com

_utmc

End of Session

This cookie is used by Google Analytics in conjunction with __utmb to determine visitor sessions. Unlike __utmb this cookie does not have an expiry date, it determines whether a new session should be created based on whether you have previously closed your browser, re-opened it and come back to the site.

Google.com

_utmz

End of Session

This cookie is used by Google Analytics to determine the type of referral used by each visitor to arrive at our site. The cookie determines if the user has come directly to the site or via a search engine, email or email campaign. We use this data to understand how our users arrive at the website.

paypal.com    

Apache

20 years

When making a payment via PayPal these Cookie are issued - PayPal session/security

paypal.com    

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20 years

When making a payment via PayPal these Cookie are issued - PayPal session/security

paypal.com    

cookie_check

10 Years

When making a payment via PayPal these Cookie are issued - PayPal session/security

paypal.com    

upct

10 Years

When making a payment via PayPal these Cookie are issued - PayPal session/security

paypal.com    

ApaFJq8ccEdz-nVCQ7jDfTO4neK

120 days

When making a payment via PayPal these Cookie are issued - PayPal session/security

paypal.com    

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120 days

When making a payment via PayPal these Cookie are issued - PayPal session/security

paypal.com    

login_email

120 days

When making a payment via PayPal these Cookie are issued - PayPal session/security

paypal.com    

consumer_display

End of Session

When making a payment via PayPal these Cookie are issued - PayPal session/security

Third-party cookies

 To find out more about cookies, what they are used for and how you can choose to administer them, visit www.web.org.