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Cookie Policy

Most websites use cookies to offer you a better browsing experience—and WhaleClub.Co does the same for you!

This policy (“Cookie Policy“) will cover the types of cookies WhaleClub.Co uses every time you visit our Website. We make sure we have adequate security measures in place to ensure that your information is not unintentionally lost or accessed by people who are not authorised to do so.

What Are Cookies?

WhaleClub.Co employs small text files called cookies on your browsers that will help us recognise you by collecting, storing, and sharing bits of information about your browsing behaviour.

We use cookies for the following objectives:

  1. To provide data analysis;
  2. To make some functions work properly;
  3. To keep track of your preferences; and
  4. To allow behavioural advertising

Your computer browser has a unique cookie for each site you visit. The site name, a unique identification, and some digits and numbers will be among the information contained in it. For more information about the cookies we employ, kindly see the Which Types of Cookies Are Used on WhaleClub.Co section below.

By browsing the cookie settings you’ll find on your browser’s help pages, you may reject or block all or certain cookies you don’t want. However, you may not be able to access all or parts of our Website if you use your browser settings to block all cookies.

Which Types of Cookies Are Used on WhaleClub.Co?

We use different types of cookies, which include the following: first-party, third-party, secure, persistent, and session cookies.

First-party cookies are set by the website you are currently viewing. These are cookies that store users’ analytics data and language preferences. Meanwhile, third-party cookies, their counterpart, are set by third parties other than the one you’re currently browsing. The third parties we use are mostly for tracking and online advertising purposes.

Secure cookies have a secure attribute that can assist in protecting the confidentiality of the cookies while they are being transmitted.

Persistent cookies are known as permanent cookies, too. They are stored until they expire or you delete them, which makes them the opposite of session cookies. Session cookies are stored until your browsing session expires.

Contact us if you need more information about the cookies we use.