Cookie Notice


1.1 This Cookie Notice is intended for users (“you”) browsing and using Unlimint’s (“our”) internet websites(s) (the “Website”), with its home page accessible at

1.2 Our Website uses cookies. When you visit and use our Website, it may store and retrieve information on your browser/device, in the form of cookies and similar technologies.

1.3 When you visit our Website, we notify you of our use of Cookies through a notification banner. This Cookie Notice applies in conjunction with the relevant terms of use and contractual provisions for the particular Unlimint service or product being used. Subject to which, normally we do not collect or store personally identifiable information with cookies and or combine cookie information with personally identifiable information in order to identify unique visitors.

Use of Cookies

2.1 A cookie is a small text file that we send to your computer or other device used to access the Website. Cookies allow the Website to identify devices used by users, personalize Website functions and collect statistical data. When you use the Website, the cookie sends data to Unlimint organization, legal website owner and its affiliates.

2.2 When you visit/use the Website, we may set cookies and may also use third party cookies to collect certain types of data automatically. The collection of this data enables Unlimint to improve security, usability of our Website and to measure effectiveness of online presence/marketing efforts.

2.3 Some of the cookies on the Website are session cookies which expire when you close your browser and are therefore not stored on your computer/device. Others are persistent and remain on your computer/device for an extended period.

Cookies types

3.1 We use both our own and third party cookies on the Website.

3.2 Cookies strictly necessary for the functionality of the Website and services are placed automatically.

3.3 Other cookies preferences may be managed by you. Cookies allow us to collect information about your use of the Website and remember your preferences. Examples of collection information may include which websites you visited. With these cookies we aim to improve user experience of the Website and our online presence. These cookies will be blocked if you do not wish to consent.

3.4 Here you may find a general description of the most common types of cookies we may use. A detailed list of cookies that are used on the Website can be found and managed via Settings in the Cookies banner.

Necessary cookies: These cookies are required for the operation of the Website. They enable basic functions like navigation and enabling users to log into secure areas of the Website.

Preference/functional cookies: These cookies are used to recognize users, and may be used to remember user settings and preferences (such as language or region)

Analytics/performance cookies: These cookies help us recognize and count the number of visitors to the Website, understand how visitors interact with the Website, by collecting and reporting information anonymously. These cookies assist in improving the functionality and usability of the Website.

Targeting/Marketing cookies: These cookies are used to track visitors across websites, to record a user’s visit to a website, pages visited and links follows. These are usually placed by advertising networks with the intention to display ads that are relevant to individual users, by collecting information about your browsing history.

Google Analytics and Google services

4.1 Google Analytics is a web analysis service offered by Google. Google Analytics uses cookies to analyse usage of the Website by Users. Google provides aggregated statistical data to give us an insight in the way users use the Website. Google’s third party cookies collect information on how users interact with the Website. This helps us to improve how our website works. Google Analytics collects information anonymously and reports website trends without identifying individual users.

4.2 For details on what information Google collects and why as part of Google services, please refer to Google’s Privacy Policy and on how Google uses cookies. Google is an advertising network which uses your activity to personalize online ads. To control ads from most such advertising networks, visit

4.3 If you no longer consent to Google Analytics’ cookies, you also can at any time prevent Google Analytics analysis of your anonymized browsing history on our Website and block these cookies via tools provided by Google Analytics here:

How to refuse use of cookies

5.1 You can also block cookies through the settings of your browser/device to control the cookies that are set on your computer/device. You can also normally turn off third party cookies separately through the settings of your browser/device. You may also delete cookies at any time. Please note that if you set your browser to block cookies, you may not be able to use parts of our Website or affect the effectiveness of your use of the Website. To find out how to reject and delete cookies, please visit or follow the links below


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