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Explanation about the cookies used on JOSHV.com
Websites use smart and useful techniques that increase the user-friendliness and make the site as attractive as possible for each visitor. The most known examples of these types of techniques are cookies. A cookie is a small text file that is sent to your computer when you visit a website. Cookies can be used by owners of websites or by other, third, parties – such as advertisers – who communicate on the website you visit at that time.
What are cookies?
Cookies are text files saved by your computer or mobile device. These cookies are saved when you use our website/webshop.
Cookies of third parties
By using cookies JOSHV.com makes sure that you do not have to fill in the same information every time when you visit JOSHV.com more often. Cookies also ensure that you do not receive the same information every time when you visit the site more often. We make surfing on our website easier and more fun for you.
JOSH V uses the following cookies:
- Cookies for the purpose of the functional aspect of the website
Functional cookies ensure that our webshop functions correctly. Think about, for example, functionalities such as placing an article in your shopping cart or paying your order.
- Cookies for the purpose of statistics
Analytical cookies enable us, with the help of third parties, to gather statistics on how our webshop is being used. By measuring the use of the website, we are able to continue to improve our shop to the advantage of our users.
- Cookies for the purpose of social media
- Cookies for the purpose of marketing
We do so in order to provide you with the most relevant offers based on your online surfing, shopping and purchasing behaviour.
- Cookies for the purpose of interests
- Other cookies
Switch off cookies
Everyone can set the computer in such a way that cookies are not accepted. In that case it may be possible that you encounter problems during the ordering procedure. Should this be the case, we ask you to contact us so we can still enter your order. If you do not want to receive cookies, you can look in the help file of the internet browser to see in which way you can block all cookies or in which way you can make sure that you receive a warning before a cookie is saved.
How to switch off cookies manually?
You can very easily switch off cookies manually in every browser. Pay attention: When you switch off the cookies, your usernames and passwords will no longer be remembered on any website.
- Open Firefox.
- Click the ‘Alt’-button on your keyboard.
- Choose for ‘Extra’ in the menu bar that appears on top of your screen and then ‘Options’.
- Then go to the tab ‘Privacy’.
- Choose after ‘Firefox will’ for ‘Adjusted settings for history’. Tick your preferences and then save these.
- Open Internet Explorer.
- Choose for the option ‘Extra’ in the menu and then for the option ‘Internet Options’.
- Click on the tab ‘Privacy’.
- Using the button ‘Advanced’ you can tick your desired options and save them.
- Open Google Chrome.
- Click on the tools icon.
- Choose for ‘Options’.
- In the tab ‘Advanced options’ choose for ‘Settings for content’.
- In the tab ‘Cookies’ you can then tick the recommended options and save them.
- Open Safari.
- Choose ‘Preferences’ in the task menu and click on ‘Security’. (The task menu is located at the top right in the Safari-window and looks like a gear.)
- In the part ‘Accept cookies’ click ‘on’ if and when Safari is allowed to accept cookies from websites. For more information about the options, click on the button with the question mark.
- If you want to know more about the cookies that are saved on your computer, you click on ‘Show cookies’.
Should you have any questions and/or comments, please contact us.
We will sometimes have to adjust these statements, for example because our website or the rules regarding cookies change. We are always and without prior warning allowed to alter the contents of the statements and the cookies that are included in the lists. You can consult this webpage for the latest version.