What is a cookie?
Cookies are automated tools (small text file) that our website stores in your computer, phone, or any other device, and that contains information about your browsing our site. We may collect information about your use of our site. Cookies are needed to facilitate navigation and make it more friendly, harmless to your computer.
- Cookies provide the basic functionality of the site. Some cookies support the essential features of the site, such as adding selected products to your cart as you continue browsing the different pages of the site.
- Cookies help to improve the quality of the services offered by the site. They collect information (including the IP address) to see how the site is used, so that we can make improvements to the site’s navigability.
We use this information to:
Build aggregate and anonymous statistics regarding the use of the site;
Observe the effectiveness of our ads and the source site through which you accessed our site;
Providing feedback for the careful selection of third parties;
Provide access to additional services or restore your shopping list if you wish to return.
To keep your options in mind:
- Browser settings and plug-ins;
- Store user information on our site.
How will they help you?
By memorizing your settings, your settings tell us what equipment you use. That way we can tailor the site to give you the best user experience. To optimize your experience, even more, we collect data about your browsing on our site. Please note that the data we collect are statistical and by no means personal.
We will not associate the data collected from this site with any other personally identifiable information from any source. We will only store the above data for as long as it is necessary for you to use our site. Please note, however, that we are required to keep the above data for fraud detection, even after you stop using our site.
How long are our cookies active?
Our cookies are installed for a period of 30 days; of course, they can be manually removed earlier.
1. Identification and authentication cookies
These cookies are used to identify the user during the session, so he does not have to repeat the authentication process on the site, and certain processes are accelerated.
- User identification
They are used to identify and authenticate the user. They also contain technical data about the user’s session, such as, for example, logins, session identifier, etc.
- HTTP session
Identifies the user’s HTTP session.
2. Browsing cookies
These cookies are used in the user’s browsing session, “remembering” the chosen options, the pages of the website already visited, etc.
- Shopping cart
Stores shopping cart information during the purchase process: the date and time the cookie was last processed, the store ID, and a list of items and quantity identifiers that the user wants to add to the shopping cart to buy them.
3. Cookies for browsing analysis
These cookies obtain general information about the visits of the website by the user (not of its content) and this compiled information will be used later in statistics.
- Google Analytics (third party cookie)
This type of cookie allows the website to be monitored by Google Analytics, a service provided by Google to obtain information about website visits by users. Some of the data saved for further analysis are: how many times the user visits the website, the date of the first and last visit of the user, the duration of the visits, from what page the user accessed the website, what search engine did the user use for to reach the site or on which link he clicked, from where in the world the user accessed the site, etc.
Configuring these cookies is predetermined by Google’s service, which is why we suggest that you consult the Google Analytics privacy page, http://www.google.com/intl/es/analytics/privacyoverview.html, to get more information about the cookies they use and how they can be disabled (it is understood that we are not responsible for the content of websites belonging to third parties nor for its veracity).
How to avoid cookies?
You can restrict cookies by changing the browser settings you use, but these restrictions may degrade your user experience and website functionality.
Please read in the “help” section of the browser how to proceed. To learn more about cookies, including how to view their settings and how to manage and delete them, please visit www.allaboutcookies.org.
Please note that if you delete and block cookies on our site, parts of it may not work properly.