Cookies

1. What are cookies files?

1.1 A “Cookie” is a file containing a small amount of data (letters and numbers), which is saved in your computer or another device used for browsing web pages. This data communication runs between the server of a recently visited page and web browser. The browser saves data in the device and during each consequent visit to the same web page it sends information about this visit to our server.

1.2 Cookies relate to the device used when visiting web pages and not your person.

1.3 Cookies enable our server to recognize whether you are visiting our pages for the first time or several times and what content you are interested in. Thanks to cookie files our form remembers data you fill in and saves you time during other visits.

2. Why do we use cookies?

2.1 As with most websites, schengen.insure uses cookies to give you the best quality service.

2.2 Cookies files are mainly used to provide services, personalize advertisements and analyze traffic. The main idea of cookies is to make it easier to use our website. We use data from cookies to analyse traffic to help us improve the structure and content of the website for you.

3. What types of cookies exist?

3.1 Relational (temporary) cookies are deleted automatically when you leave our pages. They help us to display specific information on the web.

3.2 Permanent cookies are stored in your device and may contain an anonymous identifier of your browser. They remain in your device for the time stated in the parameters until they expire or until they are manually deleted. Permanent cookies do not identify you as an individual because they are anonymous, and all data is used to monitor the statistics of web pages. This type of cookie is used exclusively for measurement and advertising. Cookies can identify repeated visits and browsed pages if the same browser and the same device is used. Advertising cookies allow targeted advertisements to be displayed for web users. Other cookies can be used to save login information. It remembers the entered data and you need not re-enter it during the next visit. All this helps us to continuously improve our services and keep the website user friendly for your maximum satisfaction.

3.3 You can find out how Google uses cookie files here: https://www.google.com/policies/technologies/cookies/

4. What types of cookies do we use?

4.1 The names of the cookies we use on our website:

  • collect – used by Google Analytics to send visitor behavior information on the web;
  • _ga – registers the unique ID that is used to generate statistical data on how a user uses a web page;
  • _gid – registers the unique ID that is used to generate statistical data on how a user uses a web page;
  • _gat – used by Google Analytics to control the speed of the request;
  • dc_gtm – to manage the Google Tag Manager script;
  • tr – used by Facebook to send visitor behavior information;
  • fr – used by Facebook to send a number of advertising products such asthird-party advertisers in the real time;
  • ads/ga-audiences – used by Google Adwords to target ads;
  • IDE – to store remarketing information;
  • SL_C_[X]_KEY – to save the project key. [X] in the cookie name is replaced by a unique project ID;
  • SL_C_[X]_SID – to store a unique key identifying each visit. [X] in the cookie name is replaced with a unique visit ID;
  • SL_C_[X]_VID – to store a unique key identifying each new visitor. [X] in the cookie name is replaced by a unique visitor ID.

4.2 The data is transmitted to the following third parties:

4.3 Cookies do not contain any information that can identify the website user. under certain circumstances, some personal data we store about you may relate to the stored information gathered from cookies.

5. Cookies of third parties

5.1 Some cookies on our website were set by third parties. These are cookies where the third party is the service provider analysing the traffic to pages or services measuring the efficiency of advertising links to and from our website. These parties are liable for any cookies they set. We do not have any control over cookies of third parties and we do not bear any liability for them.

6. How to change cookies settings

6.1 If you do not want to use cookies, you can refuse to save them by changing the settings of your web browser. If you block cookies in your browser, you may not be able to use some functions of websites or some parts of them may not be properly displayed.

6.2 Web browsers enable cookie administration to be set i.e. prohibited or allowed. If your web browser is set to save cookies, we consider that you agree to our website saving cookies unless you restrict or prohibit cookie saving.

6.3 Cookies can be permitted at any time.

6.4 Here are manuals on blocking these files in browsers:

7. Definition of terms

We, us, our – schengen.insure, a trademark of Pheezen s.r.o. (see Pheezen).

Our website – are all web pages and sub-pages derived from the schengen.insure domain.

Personal data – all information about an identified or identifiable individual, for example, name, surname, date of birth, personal number, telephone number, e-mail address, IP address, etc.

Pheezen – Pheezen s.r.o., ID number 03972267, address Šimonova 1104/4, 163 00 Prague 6, Czech Republic, which is an insurance agent supervised by the ČNB that has a permit to provide services throughout the European Economic Area (EEA).

You, to you, your, user – the person who wants to conclude or use our website (schengen.insure).

Personal data processing – all activities that the administrator carries out with personal data.

8. Contacts

If you have any questions, please contact us:

by e-mail: info@schengen.insure

in writing: Pheezen s.r.o., Šimonova 1104/4, 163 00 Prague 6, Czech Republic

9. Related documentation

Before using our website, we recommend reading, in addition to this document, all the other terms and provisions related to their use. All documents are publicly available on our website in the section Legal.

By clicking on the name of the document, you will be re-directed to pages with the respective text. They are the following documents:

This document was updated on 15.6.2019